Answered By: Amanda Starkel Last Updated: Jan 12, 2016 Views: 114
Answered By: Amanda Starkel
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2016 Views: 114
- To begin to look for articles - try Academic Search Premier
Academic Search Premier has articles on a variety of subjects from over 8,200 journals, and over half of them are available full text.
- To expand your search for articles - try other Online Databases.
With a specific topic, use the "view by subject" feature at the top of the page to view a customized list. Rolling over database name will give you additional information about each resource.
- For Newspaper articles try LexisNexis Academic or Newspaper Source.
Search by region or news category for current information from around the world.
- To look for books, scores and more - use the WorldCat Discovery.
Search with 'All Keywords' for a general search, and by 'Title starts with' or 'Exact Author' if you're looking for something specific. (Pay attention to the available limits, including Format and Location.)
- If you are looking for subject-specific help, begin with our LibGuides.
LibGuides serve as a starting point for your research. They provide a variety of Guides which can be used for topic ideas, links to specific resources, and general information.
- To see if Butler has full-text access to an article or journal, use the Citation Linker.
Enter the citation (from an index or bibliography) or just enter a journal title.
- If you are looking for something else, Ask A Librarian.
If you cannot find what you need, contact our Reference Desk via IM, email, or phone. A Butler librarian will respond to your question within one business day.
- If you need help in person, try visiting Information Commons.
Information Commons students can help you with in-depth research, search strategies, citation help, and more! Stop by the main desk at Irwin Library or the CAT offices in the basement of Jordan.