Answered By: Patrick Mundt Last Updated: Feb 04, 2018 Views: 247
There are a number of ways you can search the library website for articles:
1. Use the search box on the library homepage to search for your topic. The search box will search for books, e-books, journal articles, and other media. You can limit your search by selecting options such as "full text", "publication date", and "source type".
2. Use the "Find Articles" link to get a list of databases that you have access to as an Edinboro community member. Select the database that you want to search from the list. Before you search, check a box that limits your search results to "full text" articles. This will ensure that all of the results that you get are full documents that you can read and/or print.
3. Use the Journal Locator to search for a specific journal title. This tool will help determine whether we have the journal in our holdings and whether it is in electronic or print format.
If you are accessing the library databases from off campus, you will need to login to verify that you are a student, faculty, or staff member at Edinboro University. See the link below for instructions for off campus access.
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Librarians are available to meet with you one on one to help you with your research and information needs. Schedule an appointment with us today.
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