Answered By: Jonathan Bloy
Last Updated: Feb 02, 2017     Views: 358

Search by Topic

  • Click Research Guides (top menu)
  • Select the discipline you are working in: Education, Nursing, Psychology, etc.
  • Choose one of the recommended databases

Or, try a database from the How to Get Started guide

  • Search the database using keywords that are relevant to your topic.
  • Once you find a good article, look at the subject headings to see if they can help you refine your search.

 

Find full text for Specific Articles

When you have a citation to an article from a journal, newspaper or magazine, check for the full text in OneSearch by searching for the article title.

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If you cannot find your article, try searching or browsing the journal to double check.

 

Inter-Library Loan

If your article is not available in our electronic databases (or print journals), we can get it for any Edgewood student, faculty or staff:

Review the abstracts and subject headings to be sure the article is useful.

Create an Inter-Library Loan request by logging on to Oscar Express (our InterLibrary Loan system). Most databases will have a link labeled: Request item via Oscar Express. Clicking this link will automatically fill out the form for you.

Or... Bring a list of your saved citations to the Library and we will help you with your request.

 

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