Finding Articles <br />in<br /> GPRC Library<br />Databases<br />http://www.gprc.ab.ca/library<br />
Choose a Database:<br />Select Articles/Databases from the Library Homepage.<br />
Choose your subject area: <br />I’m going to choose Multidisciplinary.<br />
Select the database: <br />I want to search “Academic Search Complete”.<br />
Enter your search terms: <br />I’m looking for articles that talk about Facebookand privacy so I type in my search terms.<...
Search Results<br />There are 35 articles on my topic.  <br />The 2nd article looks like it might be appropriate and it’s ...
Full-text: <br />Here is the first part of the full-text of my article.  The entire article can be viewed.  I can also pri...
More detail: <br />This article also looks interesting.  I want more detail so I click on the title of the article.  <br />
I read the abstract and decide I want to get the full-text.  So I click on the                        button.<br />
Full-text in another database<br />The article I want is full-text in the Elsevier SD College….database so I click on that...
Linking to another database<br />I am taken to the database that contains the full-text of the article. I need only click ...
Full-text!!!<br />
Interlibrary Loan(ILL): <br />This article is perfect for my paper.  <br />I click on the                        button so...
Interlibrary Loan:<br />None of the databases have the full-text so I need to use Interlibrary Loan to request the article...
Interlibrary Loan: <br />I enter my Library barcode and PIN and click  Submit.<br />
Interlibrary Loan: <br />My article information is automatically entered into the ILL form. When my article arrives I will...
Now it’s time for you to try.<br />
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  1. 1. Finding Articles <br />in<br /> GPRC Library<br />Databases<br />http://www.gprc.ab.ca/library<br />
  2. 2. Choose a Database:<br />Select Articles/Databases from the Library Homepage.<br />
  3. 3. Choose your subject area: <br />I’m going to choose Multidisciplinary.<br />
  4. 4. Select the database: <br />I want to search “Academic Search Complete”.<br />
  5. 5. Enter your search terms: <br />I’m looking for articles that talk about Facebookand privacy so I type in my search terms.<br />I choose “Subject Terms” from the drop-down menu to make my search more specific.<br />
  6. 6. Search Results<br />There are 35 articles on my topic. <br />The 2nd article looks like it might be appropriate and it’s available in full-text. <br />I just need to click on the PDF Full Text icon.<br />
  7. 7. Full-text: <br />Here is the first part of the full-text of my article. The entire article can be viewed. I can also print or save it.<br />
  8. 8. More detail: <br />This article also looks interesting. I want more detail so I click on the title of the article. <br />
  9. 9. I read the abstract and decide I want to get the full-text. So I click on the button.<br />
  10. 10. Full-text in another database<br />The article I want is full-text in the Elsevier SD College….database so I click on that database title.<br />
  11. 11. Linking to another database<br />I am taken to the database that contains the full-text of the article. I need only click on the PDF icon to get to the full-text.<br />
  12. 12. Full-text!!!<br />
  13. 13. Interlibrary Loan(ILL): <br />This article is perfect for my paper. <br />I click on the button so see if any GPRC database have the full-text.<br />
  14. 14. Interlibrary Loan:<br />None of the databases have the full-text so I need to use Interlibrary Loan to request the article.<br />
  15. 15. Interlibrary Loan: <br />I enter my Library barcode and PIN and click Submit.<br />
  16. 16. Interlibrary Loan: <br />My article information is automatically entered into the ILL form. When my article arrives I will receive an email in my GPRC email account letting me know that I can pick up the article at the Circulation Desk.<br />
  17. 17. Now it’s time for you to try.<br />

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