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Finding Scholarly Articles in Academic Search Complete

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  • 1. LAC 180 Academic Self-Management Finding a scholarly article in the database Academic Search CompleteApril 25, 2012
  • 2. From the USM Libraries homepage, Click on the Articles tab, Then Click on the letter “A”
  • 3. Click on “Academic Search Complete”
  • 4. Type in search terms, Check the box next to “Full Text”, Check the box next to “Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals, Click “Search”
  • 5. Note: 108 Results, Articles range from 1937 – 2012, Article is in both html and PDF formats
  • 6. Limit results to currentpublications. Click on the early date and change it. Click “Update.” Note: Results change from 108 to 80 when date is changed to 2002 – 2012.
  • 7. Note: The results page provides bibliographic information about the article.
  • 8. Note: The Detailed Record provides several pieces of information, as well as Tools on the right side for emailing, printing, citing, and more.
  • 9. Note: The first page of a scholarly article might look similar to this.
  • 10. Note: At the end of the scholarly article, there will be a list of References.
  • 11. We hope this helps you find a suitable scholarly article.Remember to ask, if you have questions. Thank you!

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