Library Catalogue: finding a journal article

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  • Is it a book or a journal article: Journal articleReason: date, volume/number

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  • 1. Library Catalogue: Finding a journal article http:// unihub.mdx.ac.uk / study / library
  • 2. • The Library Catalogue is a searchable database • It includes all the materials (books, journals, video, DVDs, dissertations, exhibition catalogues etc) held in Middlesex University Libraries • Use the Library Catalogue to find out if we have what you are looking for eg. a book on your reading list • The Library Catalogue will tell you if the item is held in the Library, where you can find it and if it is available for loan • Some items are electronic eg. e-books and e-journals and the Library Catalogue will give you the link to access them online • You can use the catalogue to renew books which you have on loan. What is the Library Catalogue?
  • 3. Mori, G. Paterno, F. and Santoro, C. (Aug 2002). CTTE: support for developing and analyzing task models for interactive system design. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 28(8), 797-813. We are going to look for this journal article: How do I know this is a journal article?
  • 4. Mori, G. Paterno, F. and Santoro, C. (Aug 2002). CTTE: support for developing and analyzing task models for interactive system design. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 28(8), 797-813. Volume/number Author(s) Title of articleDate Pages Know your journal article reference Title of journal
  • 5. Access the Library Catalogue myUniHub > My Study > My Library > Library Catalogue Select ‘Library Catalogue’ from the list of resources
  • 6. Select ‘Journal keyword’ from the drop-down menu….. .….then type the name of the journal (ie. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering’) into the search box and click on ‘Go’
  • 7. This is the journal we are looking for This journal is available electronically Click here to access the journal online
  • 8. This is the electronic journal Now chose the correct date, volume and number from the drop-down menus Now chose the correct date, volume and number of the issue you require from the drop-down menus…. .….Click ‘View contents’
  • 9. Scroll down the screen until you find the article that you require. Articles are usually displayed in page number order. The journal articles in this issue are now displayed Mori, G. Paterno, F. and Santoro, C. (Aug 2002). CTTE: support for developing and analyzing task models for interactive system design. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 28(8), 797-813.
  • 10. You can now access the full-text of the article Click on the PDF icon to open the journal article….. …..and read online It is usually possible to download, print or email the article.
  • 11. Not all journals are available electronically The ‘Subscription summary’ tells you which campus holds the journal, whereabouts in the Library it is located and what issues are available This journal is available in print (hardcopy) only Print journals are for reference-use only ie. cannot be borrowed and must be used in the Library
  • 12. Need further help? Contact your Librarian: http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/liaisonlibrarians Make an appointment: http://bit.ly/MakeAnAppointmentLibrarians