The quickest way to find the article is to type the full title in the single search box on the library homepage. WorldCat@SU will search multiple databases at the same time, presenting you with the article title.
|Find Specific Online Journal title||Find the Journal by Title TAB allows you to search for full-text journals, as well as browse for titles by disciplines. Type the title of the journal in the search box, then look down the results page until you locate the correct title. For example, Race and Class. Now you will see links to databases which contain full-text articles.|
|Search database to find the full-text article||Once you have located an article via searching a library database, check to see if there is a link to a PDF full-text or HTML page with full-text. You can also check the WorldCat@SU to see if the journal is available in print. If the article is not online AND the journal is not available in print, then use GET IT!|
Use GET IT!
|If article is not available at Smith Library Center, you have another option to getting it. Use GET IT, our interlibrary loan service. You will need to set up an account the first time you use it and log in thereafter.|
|Academic Search Complete||
Scholarly, multi-disciplinary database containing mostly full text for journals, magazines and newspapers.
|JSTOR (Journal Storage Collection)||Multi-disciplinary database containing all full text scholarly articles and books in the arts, humanities, social sciences, sciences. See|
|Ethnic Newswatch||Full-text databases covering ethnic issues.|
|Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints||
Authoritative pro/con articles and essays.
Provides a sole focus on content relating specifically to the relationship between races. Specific areas covered include ethnic studies, discrimination, immigration studies and other areas of key relevance to the discipline.
|SocINDEX with full text||Use this sociology research database for sociological perspective. It provides full-text, peer-reviewed sociology journals covering many studies including gender studies, criminal justice, social psychology, racial studies, religion and social work.|