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Another slideshow for the MILI program, this one talking about using the ELM databases.

Another slideshow for the MILI program, this one talking about using the ELM databases.

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    • ELM Databases…again!
      MILI 2010-2011LeAnn Suchy, Metronet
    • MINITEX
      Reference librarians from MINITEX will lead our in-person sessions and show:
      Search and journal alerts
      RSS feeds from databases
      Saving items in social bookmarking sites
      Workspaces in Britannica
      Possibly other things, too
    • Based upon your questions…
      Today I’ll show:
      Searching for scholarly resources
      Finding items in ELM based upon citation
      Finding Pro versus Con arguments
    • Not full text in database – now what?
      No full text in a database means it’s just not full text in THAT database
      Two options:
      First…use Publication Title Search on ELM to see if the journal (or magazine, newspaper) is in any other database
    • Second option…
      Publication Title List does not guarantee access to all journals, magazines and newspapers
      You may not find the article available through ELM
      Second option – ASK A LIBRARIAN!
      There is interlibrary loan. Takes longer, but it can get you access to articles.
    • Before our next meeting…
      Familiarize yourself better with the ELM databases website
      When the MINITEX librarians tell you go to into the Academic Search Premier database, you should be able to do this without further instruction
      Use the Publication Search to find a publication you may want to follow. Have this in mind when the MINITEX librarians show up.
    • Next meeting times…
      Sanford, Monday, Feb 7th, 4:45-6:45
      South, Tuesday, Feb 8th, 4-6
      Southwest, Thurs, Feb 24th, 4-6
      All of these are on the MILI Wiki under the Calendar