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Accessing Journal Articles

This tutorial is about accessing journals name, journals english articles journals name, journals english using the library website. This tutorial isn’t going to tell you how to find  articles journals name, journals english to begin with. You should be starting   your search for articles journals name, journals english in databases and indexes.  Most of our databases offer full text so you can   actually just click on the article and access the  text immediately. But if that doesn’t work, you   might end up with some citations to articles journals name, journals english and  you need to get the text. So, if you’re in that   situation you’ll follow the steps in this tutorial  to actually access the text of your articles. There are three basic steps involved in  accessing articles journals name, journals english through the library.   First, you’re going to  search for the article title   on the library homepage, and that’s going to  work for the majority of the articles journals name, journals english you need.   Then, if that didn’t work, you’re  going to search for the journals name, journals english title   on the library home page. And then lastly, if you  find that the library doesn’t have the journals name, journals english you   need at all, then you’re going to place an  interlibrary loan request for the article. Here I have some example citations that I’m going  to be trying to find using the library website.   So first of all, I’m just going to use the article  title, so “Surveillance Data and Privacy” … And I’ll just search for  that on the library homepage. and full text section here. I don’t  see it in any of these three here,   so I’ll click “view, you know, this  big number of articles journals name, journals english in full text”. So… I’m not seeing my article right away, so I’m  going to just add a little bit more information   to make it easier to find. I’m going to  add one of the author names to my search. And my article showed up right  here. And I can click here   “view record from HeinOnline” to be  taken directly to the article text. So, this next article I tried searching by  the article title, and I even tried adding the   author’s last name, and this article just didn’t  show up in the results. So now I’m going to try   searching by the journals name, journals english title… And here it is in the journals name, journals english and periodicals  section.

You can see it showed up right there. So, it looks like this is a journals name, journals english where we only have the print version,   we don’t have the electronic version. That’s  probably why I couldn’t find the article before   when I was searching for it on its own. So, I  can request a scan of that article. I’m going   to make sure first that we have the issue  that I need. So, this article is from 2006   and we do have 1989-2019, so that should be fine.   So, I’m going to request scan of articles journals name, journals english chapter,  and I’m actually going to open this in a new tab. So here it has filled in the journals name, journals english title  for me, but I have to fill in the rest.   One thing to note with Bluebook citations,   you might not know the entire page span, you might  just have the first page like we do here. So… Where it asks for pages needed  you can type “entire article”,   and that way the person scanning will know, you  know, just to scan the entire article for you.   Some of these fields are required, but you  should try to fill in as many fields as you   can even if they’re not required. At the bottom  it asks where did you find this item cited.   This is why I suggested you open this in a  new tab. You can go back and copy the URL   from the catalog page and paste that in  to show where you found it. And then when   you’ve finished with the form you submit your  request, and it will show up in your email. For this last article, I again couldn’t find it  by searching by the article title. So, we’re going   to search by the journals name, journals english title, and I’ll show  you that I can’t find it that way either, and   we’re going to make an interlibrary loan request.  So, I’m going to search for Soochow Law Journal. I’m going to expand this  journals name, journals english and periodicals section. So, you’ll see there are a lot of journals name, journals english that have similar titles to ours but   none of them is, in fact, the Soochow Law  Journal. So, we’re going to go to this   link: “request from libraries worldwide”.

This takes you to a new interface and this  actually searches libraries all over the world,   not just at Cornell. So here is the  Soochow Law Journals name, journals english right at the top. And in this box on the right  that says, “access options”,   there’s a link to request from interlibrary loan. And now you see the same form that we  already filled out to request a scan of   a journals name, journals english article before. So, you’ll fill that  out just the same way as you did the other one,   and submit your request, and you will receive  an email about it when your request is ready.  If you ever encounter any trouble  trying to access an article,   feel free to reach out to the law librarians.   You can email us at I hope  this tutorial has been helpful. Happy searching!.

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