Online index and full-text database search and results screens vary. Basic searches are typically by keyword or phrases while advanced searches usually allow boolean (and/or/not) keyword, author, title, and subject queries along with limits by year. Results may typically be printed or emailed. For citations, a record of the author, title of article, name of journal, date, volume number, and page numbers will be required to obtain the actual article in print, via Google Scholar, or via ILL.
Find a Journal
Search Cressman Library WorldCat Discovery for the title of the journal. Select "Advanced Search" and for "Format" select: Journal/Magazine. Type the name of the journal in the "Title" box, click on "Search." Click on the journal title for holdings information. Or, from Cressman Library select E-journals & Periodicals.
To locate journals at other libraries, search WorldCat Discovery Libraries Worldwide or FirstSearch and "Jump to Advanced Search" WorldCat, then Limit Availability to: Items in LVAIC.
Get the Article
If Cedar Crest owns the journal, locate it on the shelves, on microform or online (described above).
If the journal is owned by a library in the Lehigh Valley, go to the library or place a request via WorldCat Discovery. Search for the article, go to the detailed view and "Request Item through Interlibrary Loan."
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