Answered By: Donnie Claunch
Last Updated: Jul 30, 2015     Views: 9

Videos and media usually must be checked out and viewed in the library.

For articles on reserve, some may be available full text on one of our databases.

It would be most helpful to know the source (magazine title) from which the article came.

If you know the title of the magazine you can search to see if we have it available by going to the "Journal Lookup" area of the library webpage. Enter your magazine title and see if your date is available in a database.

 

For example:

"Does the Internet make you smarter or dumber?" comes from the Wall Street Journal that can be accessed in the ProQuest Central database for June 5, 2010.

"Unplugged: the myth of computers in the classroom" is from the New Republic and can be accessed in the Academic Search Premier database for Sept. 19 and 26, 1994 vol 211 issue 12/13 p. 14-15

If you still need help finding an article online, please consult a librarian for assistance.

 

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