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DragonQuest Tutorial

Tutorial for searching DragonQuest, the library's online catalog and Discovery Service

Creating an Account

You can create a FREE My EBSCOhost account in DragonQuest to save your research material. 

In order to create your free account, follow these steps:

  1. Locate the “Sign in” option at the top of the DragonQuest results screen.
  2. Click “Sign in” and "Create one now" to get the the account creation page.
  3. Follow the prompts to create your new account.

Once your account is created, you can “Sign in” every time you enter the DragonQuest search screen.


My EBSCOhost Account Sign-In Screen

my ebsco sign in page


My EBSCOhost Account Creation Screen

create acct page

Adding Materials

To save materials to your My EBSCOhost account:

  1. Sign in after searching DragonQuest
  2. Click the folder icon, "Add to Folder" to save items to your account​

Folders and Sub-Folders

Create new folders and sort your items using the “New” folder option within your account. You can create as many folders, and sub-folders, as needed in order to organize the content. To create a new folder:

  1. Locate the "New" icon under "My Custom" at the bottom of your account screen.
  2. Fill in the folder name.
  3. Select an existing folder from the dropdown if you are creating a sub-folder
  4. Enter an optional description
  5. Click Save

Newly created folders can be shown in the following image example:

image shows expand/collapse options with folders and "edit" and "share" features available

Collaboration Features

Use the "Share" option listed under each of your customized folders to share your folder with others.*

You can add any folder shared with you by:

  1. Locating the "Shared By" section within your account.
  2. Clicking "Add"
  3. Entering the passcode provided to you in the email sent from the other user.

Librarian Tip: In order for others to see what you’ve shared, they must be a part of the Tiffin University community AND have their own My EBSCOhost account. If they do not have an account, they will be asked to create one in order to access what you’ve shared.