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A brief explanation of how to find out if the library subscribes to the journal you want.

A brief explanation of how to find out if the library subscribes to the journal you want.

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    • 3 Easy Steps to Answer the Question… “Does Carleton Subscribe to this Journal?” Rev. 2013
    • 1. Go to the Library’s Journals List http://bridge.liblink.umn.edu/bridge/a-z/cc
    • 1. Go to the Library’s Journals List http://bridge.liblink.umn.edu/bridge/a-z/cc
    • 2. Type in the Journal Title & click Find Journal
    • If Carleton subscribes electronically, there will be links to subscription databases with the full text.
    • If Carleton subscribes electronically, there will be links to subscription databases with the full text. Check the years available to make sure the volume you want will be there.
    • If Carleton subscribes electronically, there will be links to subscription databases with the full text. Check the years available to make sure the volume you want will be there. This journal is available online except for the most recent edition. Maybe it is in print in the library.
    • If Carleton subscribes in print, there will be notes about which library.
    • If Carleton subscribes in print, there will be notes about which library. Click the link to see the journal information.
    • The journal’s page will list the issues that the library has in print.
    • The journal’s page will list the issues that the library has in print. Check the years available to make sure the volume you want will be there.
    • The journal’s page will list the issues that the library has in print. Check the years available to make sure the volume you want will be there. Click the “Location” link to find out where the journal is on the shelf.
    • The journal’s page will list the issues that the library has in print. The call number is H1 .S65, where you will find it on the 3rd floor.
    • And that’s how you locate a journal article using the library’s web site.
    • And that’s how you locate a journal article using the library’s web site. But sometimes there are shortcuts that are faster.
    • When you see a Find It button, clicking it will search the Journals List for you.
    • You will see the Find It button in library databases.
    • The “Bridge Full Text” link in Google Scholar also searches the Journals List.
    • What happens if neither Carleton nor St. Olaf subscribe to the journal?
    • You can use ILLiad or InterLibrary Loan to request the article you need.
    • Log in with your Carleton credentials, fill out the form with as much detail as you know…
    • Log in with your Carleton credentials, fill out the form with as much detail as you know… Then scroll to the bottom and click the ‘Submit Request’ button
    • You will receive an email when the article is ready. Most of the time it will arrive electronically.
    • You will receive an email when the article is ready. Most of the time it will arrive electronically. To make an ILL request directly, just go to the InterLibrary Loan page.
    • Questions? • Ask a librarian at the Research/IT Desk • Or contact your liaison librarian. Happy Researching!