Q. Is EBSCO a database?

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EBSCO is a provider for many databases.  Some of the EBSCO databases we have include:

All EBSCO databases use the same interface or platform, so they look the same but search different collections of information.  Look at the top of the page to see the name of the EBSCO database you are searching.

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  • Last Updated Dec 01, 2015
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  1. What does EBSCO stand for?
    by MÓNICA on Jun 06, 2013.
  2. EBSCO stands for "Elton B. Stephens CO (company)."
    by Robin Milford on Jun 06, 2013.
  3. is Explora an encyclopedia ? the one hosted by EBSCO or is it a website?
    by workworkworkworkworkworkworkwork on May 08, 2016.
  4. Explora is a database that is on the EBSCO platform, though it is not one available through UC Merced. There is more information about it here: https://www.ebscohost.com/us-high-schools/explora.
    by Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco on May 09, 2016.

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