- Using the Advanced Search feature of Library OneSearch, enter *at least* the title and author of the item, selecting the appropriate fields from the dropdown boxes at the left. Be sure to use the Material Type limit to select "Books" or "Articles" as relevant.
- If we own the item in print or electronically, you'll see it listed among the results. If no results turn up in Library OneSearch, submit an Interlibrary Loan request for the item.
- Using the Advanced Search feature of Library OneSearch, enter the name of the item on the first line, selecting "Title" from the dropdown box at the left. Be sure to use the Material Type limit to select "Books" or "Journals."
- On the results screen, use the Location facet to indicate a physical location in the library.
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You may request materials we don't have and we'll borrow them from another library for you.
Refworks allows you to create a personal database of references and automatically generate formatted bibliographies for your projects.
- Search for the journal title in our Library OneSearch.
- Select the result labeled [electronic resource].
- Select a link for the journal that includes the years you need to review (sometimes you might have to visit multiple databases to get all the years you need).
- At the journal's main page, use the search bar to find articles on your topic. Be sure to use effective keyword searching techniques!