FAQ Topic: Find Articles
Unlike many databases, to get the persistent link for an EJC record you can simply copy the URL (starting with journals.ohiolink.edu) in your web browser.
If you want to link to an article in LexisNexis, look for the permalink icon in the top right corner of the page (circled in the image below). In the pop-up window that appears, right click on the bolded link and select Copy Link Location or Copy Link Address. To ensure access for users off campus, paste the … Continued
If you want to link to an article in JSTOR, you need to find the Stable URL. On the JSTOR search results page, click on Article Summary. The Stable URL is located near the top of the page under Publication Info. To ensure access for users off campus, paste the proxy URL https://login.proxy.library.ohio.edu/login?url= in front of the Stable URL. … Continued
If you want to link to an article in a ProQuest database, you need to use the Document URL. The Document URL (highlighted in the image below) is located in a ProQuest record under Indexing Details towards the bottom of the page.
The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) has disabled access to many of their ERIC documents. For more information on the issues involved in the availability of full-text, click here. If you would like to get access to an ERIC document, fill out an Interlibrary loan–ILLIAD request and Alden Library will try to locate a copy … Continued
The JSTOR database stores the back issues of many journal titles. This video shows you how to get started searching for articles in JSTOR. If you are looking more current content, we recommend that you take a look at ArticlesPlus (the big search box on the Libraries home page) or a database specific to your … Continued
For some assignments, you will need to limit your research to only scholarly or research articles. This video shows you how: If you are unable to view this video, try accessing the video from YouTube. This video is released under Creative Commons license. You are welcome to use, redistribute, or remix it in any way … Continued
Ohio University Libraries subscribes to hundreds of subject specific databases. From the library’s home page, click “Databases” (3rd green tab) then “Browse by Subject” to see a complete list. Or learn how to access these online databases in the below video. Some more popular databases are Academic Search Complete Business Source Complete Cinahl ERIC JSTOR … Continued
If you are not using ArticlesPlus, you can still conduct research in multiple databases using the EBSCO interface. This video shows you how to combine a search for multiple databases on women’s and gender studies topics, but you could follow the same procedure with any discipline. This video is released under Creative Commons license. You … Continued
The video below shows you how to find nursing articles in the CINAHL database. For more help with nursing topics, see the subject guides for RN-to-BSN, Nursing MSN, and the general Nursing guide. If you are unable to view this video, try accessing the video from YouTube. This video is released under Creative Commons license. … Continued