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ARC 308 - Architecture and Society - Speck


Try these databases to find articles

Find an Article from a Citation

This tutorial shows you how to find an article from a citation (someone's footnote or endnote in a book or another article  that you read) in scoUT. It will help you trace back to the original reference!

Remember to keep track of the journal title, article title, author(s), volume/issue numbers, and page numbers. They will help you track down the article, whether as an e-resource or in the stacks.

Where is the article? Help!

Sometimes you see a link to the pdf or html of a full article - yay!

Sometimes you don't...instead, you see this:

If you click that, the databases will all talk to each other, find where the article lives, and take you right there.

Oof! It's only available in print? You can go get it on the shelves, or click:

and the library will scan and email you the article - even if we don't own it!

What are Peer Viewed Journals?

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