Searching for articles in online databases
Begin your search on the blue library
The "JPII Library" is the link
to our online catalog. It lists all of the print books, ebooks, print journals and online
journals that are available from the library.
Find articles by subject will
take you to our databases, sorted by subject.
The next link, Title of
Journal, will tell you if we have a subscription to a journal that is online in full
is an example of a basic search screen for an EBSCO database. Off campus access
defaults to this basic search screen. You can click on Advanced Search to find
more search term boxes.
You can also change EBSCO databases or
search several databases at once by clicking here.
- The search screen gives you many options. You can limit your
search by date, publication type, full text and peer reviewed journals.
can also limit your search by selecting a field.
may find an article that is not available in the EBSCO database that youre using. In
this example the article is available as an abstract but does not list an HTML or PDF
format. Instead, it has the Find It icon. But it may be available online in
full text from a different resource at the library.
you reach the journal page, scroll down until you find the year or volume you need. For
this example, its volume 131, issue 29.
Its unusual to be charged for an
article, so ignore this line. If theres a charge for this article, well
contact you first.
Just enter your name, last name first,
first name last and fill in your barcode. Then click on Submit. Well
fill the request and mail it to you.
Please dont hesitate to call or
email the library if you need any further help or clarification.