Just like Google, you can search for items by typing in keywords and clicking Search.
You can sort the results of your search to make it easier to find the items you want. To do this:
1. Begin your search at the basic search box. Type in your search term and click on the Search button.
2. Results may be limited to Peer-reviewed Journals (links to a definition page) beside Show only at the top of the results list.
3. Use the Refine my Results function to limit your search to articles.
4. If the record displays Full text available, click on the title to see an electronic copy.
5. If the entry shows No full-text, don't despair. Click on the Get It! button to search our electronic journal subscriptions to see if we own an electronic copy of this article.
6. Once the Get It! screen pops up, you may see a link to a electronic journal. You may see We'll try to get it for you. This is an option to borrow, or have an article or chapter scanned and saved as a PDF from another library and sent to you.
Physical items will have the "locations and availability" option. Electronic resources will have the "Get It" option.