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A good general database that contains resources on many disciplines. It includes both popular magazine and newspaper sources as well as scholarly journal sources.
Comprehensive index to scholarly journals and popular magazines in all academic disciplines. 4,365 titles indexed (3,228 peer-reviewed) and 3,432 full-text (2,568 peer-reviewed). Updated daily. Limited coverage before 1990.
A database that contains scholarly academic journals, but doesn't have subject headings or as many options for limiting articles. But it does allow for a search of the entire full-text of an article for your search terms.
A business database that contains both popular magazine and scholarly academic articles.
Business Source Premier provides full text for nearly 3,800 scholarly business journals, including full text for more than 1,100 peer-reviewed business publications. Coverage includes virtually all subject areas related to business.
Digital text version of articles from the local paper. This does not include images or accompanying charts or graphs.
The Telegraph Herald is a newspaper published in Dubuque, Iowa with coverage online from 1995 - Current. The TH is the primary source of information in the tri-state area of northeastern Iowa, northwestern Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin.
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Use keyword searching (not natural language)
Use subject terms to narrow
Use abstracts to determine relevance
What if full-text isn’t there? Use the "Find It @ UD" link provided to locate the article in another database, have the library scan a copy for you (E-Delivery), or request via Interlibrary Loan if UD doesn't own it.
Can usually limit by: full-text, type of source (magazine, newspaper, academic/scholarly journal), date, etc.
How to use the library catalog
Retrieving your book
If you found an E-book - Just click on the "access online" button from the catalog. If you are unsure how to get to the full text check out this guide.
If you found a print book - First check to see if it is available. To locate it in the library you will need to know both the collection and the call number.