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An E-journal

  • Click the Journals tab above the search box, then enter the title of a journal or its ISSN
  • Click the Available Online link under the results 
  • You will see a list of databases that carry the full text of the journal. Dates will vary, so check the available dates against the date that you need.

An Article

  • Enter keywords for the subject that you're researching
  • Select "Everything" from the dropdown search result options
  • From the left hand side filter: Select "Articles" from the "Material Type"
  • Click the Online Available link under each article title for ways to access the full text

A database

  • Click the Databases link above the search box to go to our list of Databases
  • You can browse for Databases by title or subject or search the list by keyword

​A book

  • Click the Books tab above the search box, then enter keywords describing the topic or title you’re looking for [NOTE: the advanced book search does not have all the fields that the other options do (no ISBN or Call # options). Submitted to feedback form]

Course Reserves

  • Click on the Course Reserves link above the SEARCH box
  • Search by a title, a course name or ID, or the name of the instructor or department OR
  • Go to Advanced Search
  • Click on Course Reserves    
  • Use boxes to search for items
  • Last Updated Sep 17, 2019
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  • Answered By Clara Tran

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