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This looks like a good article. Now how do I find it?
Many online databases link to full text articles, either directly or through the library's LinkSource service. If the article is not available full text, LinkSource can search the library's holdings for a print copy of the article. LinkSource also facilitates an ILLiad request when a Dupré Library copy is not available. Look for the LinkSource logo when using the online databases.
Dupré Library Online Catalog
Search the library catalog using the title of the journal in which the article appears. The journal may be in print or electronic full text. The catalog record will give a library location for print journals, and/or a link to an electronic version if one is available. Use the "Periodical Title" field in the library catalog to search for titles of journals owned by Dupré Library.
Use AtoZ for an alphabetical listing of e-journals to which Dupré Library has access.
(Dupré Library access may vary from the dates listed.)
Commerical Document Deliver Providers
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