Use the library's research databases to find articles covering many academic disciplines using a variety of search methods. The library databases are listed byName, Subject, and Type, many of which provide the full-text of articles. For articles not available online, use the Find It link included with each citation to display where a copy of the article can be found. To locate articles on a topic, use the research databases. From the library's homepage, choose Research Databases and select to search by Name, SUBJECT, or TYPE.
How do I search for the citation of a known item in a journal?
Use the OLinks journal article lookup to search for a specific article citation and find out where it is available to you.
EBSCOhost help guide - Created by the library
EBSCOhost Tutorials - Tutorials on how to search many ebsco databases.
Films On Demand - This documentation ha been developed to help you best utilize the features and functionality of Films On Demand. To view any of these documents you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.
Guide to Literary Research, Writing and Critical Reading - A tutorial fromLiterary Reference Center that provides information to support research and the writing process.
JSTOR Video Tutorials - Tutorials covering basic search, advanced search, how to refine searches, locating a known article, and managing citations.
JSTOR PDF Guide - How to search the JSTOR interface
LexisNexis Tutorial - A tutorial from LexisNexis on how to effectively search the database.
Quick Search Flash Videos
SIRS Researcher Quick Start Guide