How to find an article at the Houston Cole Library

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How to find an article at the Houston Cole Library

  1. 1. How to find an article from the Houston Cole Library
  2. 2. If you know the citation of your articleThe citation of an article usually looks like:Hamel, G. (2011). FIRST, LETS FIRE ALL THE MANAGERS. (cover story). Harvard Business Review, 89(12), 48-60.Author’s name: Hamel, G; Year of publication: 2011Article Title: First, let’s fire all the managersJournal Title: Harvard Business Review (usually italicized)vol. number: 89 issue number: 12page number: 48-60• Go to the Library Serials Solutions page: http://we8af9qh2e.search.serialssolutions.com/
  3. 3. type your journal title in this box
  4. 4. pay attention to the date coverage of each database select the database according to your citation
  5. 5. select the year, vol. & issue
  6. 6. Here is your needed articleClick either one to see full text of the article
  7. 7. To find a journal article by using keyword (s):• Using EBSCOhost Academic Search Premier database as an example;• Go to the Library homepagehttp://www.jsu.edu/library/index. html• Click on “Databases” button;• Click on “Academic Search Premier” under “General Databases”
  8. 8. Type your keyword (s) hereNarrow your search to fulltext and scholarly articlesby checking the box(es)
  9. 9. Browse the titles. Click tosee full text article,
  10. 10. This is the needed full text article. Click to view the citation style
  11. 11. Citation format is provided
  12. 12. Need help? Contact: Ms. Wang Tel: 256-782-5250 Email: hwang@jsu.eduBlackboard IM ID: hwang1

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