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Spark 001 - The Art of Attention (Varnot)

Library Session for The Art of Attention

Domain Limits in Google


Limit your search to a specific category of site known as a domain extension.  Search as usual but add site:domain name to create this limit.

Common domain extensions

  • .org (non-profit organizations)
  • .edu (educational institutions)
  • .gov (government agencies)


Background Info from CREDO

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Credo is an easy-to-use tool for starting research. Use this box to search hundreds of full-text reference titles, as well as 500,000+ images and audio files and over 1,000 videos.

LibWizard Credo Reference Tutorial

Credo Reference Tutorial

Using Credo Reference Tutorial


1. Connect to the campus network via the VPN if you are off-campus.  You will need this connection to access one or more library databases while taking the tutorial.

2. Take the short quiz at the end of the tutorial.  Enter your email address AND your professor's email address. Afterwards locate the email confirmation. These emails often go to your SPAM folder, so be sure to check there.  It is often easiest to search in your email account for the phrase "Certificate of completion" to find your email confirmation.

3. You are ready! Click on the link below to start the tutorial. Follow the instructions on the left hand of the screen and, as directed, complete activities in the main screen (right).

Credo Reference Tutorial >>

Locating Known Items (UC Library Search / Google Scholar)

Google Scholar Search

Try searching for the article title in Google Scholar.  Google Scholarly usually gives you an UC-eLinks option if the full-text is not available.

Tryon, Matthew S., et al. "Excessive sugar consumption may be a difficult habit to break: a view from the brain and body." The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 100.6 (2015): 2239-2247.


Search for a book title in UC Library Search to determine if we have it.  If not, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

Berger Self-regulation: Brain, cognition, and development (2011)