Best Bets for Finding Scholarly Articles for Your Projects
- JSTOR. Archival Journals This link opens in a new window
- Academic Search Premier This link opens in a new window
- Historical Abstracts This link opens in a new window
- American Women: a gateway to Library of Congress resources for the study of women's history and culture in the US. This link opens in a new window
- Project Muse This link opens in a new window
- Women's Studies International This link opens in a new window
- Google Scholar This link opens in a new windowGoogle Scholar is an interdisciplinary search engine that indexes articles from academic publishers, professional societies, institutional and pre-print repositories, and scholarly articles posted on the web. Use the "Find @ Le Moyne Library" links in the search results as well as other links provided by the search engine to locate the full-text of articles.
How to Use
You can use any of these databases above to find articles or book excerpts pertaining to your creatives. Each database has slightly different content so I recommend trying more then one.
How to Get the Full Text of Articles
1. Click on any link for "Full Text" to see if it will bring you to the full article. Also try links like "Find at Le Moyne Library"
2. Check the Journal Finder to see if the library subscribes to that e-journal. If we do, simply click through to the correct issue and then the correct article. (Look at your citation to find this information).
3. If neither of those two options gets you full text, use interlibrary loan to request the article. It's free, easy and quick!
4. You can always email Kari at email@example.com and ask for help with getting full text!