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You might not come to CLC knowing ahead of time what resource you want to use. Here are some ideas for when you know the format you need your information in:

Full Text Article Searching Edit

Article searching (Journal articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, etc.) in CLC can be limited to articles in full text- articles you can read onscreen. Here's what to choose, with links to teach you how to do the searching.

If you need: Use: You'll get:
Full text articles Ebsco: use the ATLA Serials (ATLAS) database in Ebsco. See this wiki's EBSCO page to learn how to access, search, and research in Ebsco. Full text articles (when available)
Full text articles OCLC FirstSearch: use the Wilson Select Full Text databases in FirstSearch. See Topic 1 to learn how to access, search, and research in OCLC FirstSearch Full text articles (when available)
Full text articles Questia: see Topic 4 to learn how to access, search, and research in Questia Full text articles (when available)

More help on this topic:

ProQuest Psychology Database includes full text articles particularly in that subject. for more help, see the Proquest Psychology Journals page on this wiki

OCLC FirstSearch's official list of what journals, magazines, and newspapers are offered in each of its databases (choose a database, like ATLA Religion, from the menu)

OCLC FirstSearch's official title finder (type in the name of a magazine, journal, or newspaper, to see if it's in OCLC FirstSearch, and what database to use to see article information for that publication)

Questia's official list of what journals are offered in Questia

If you're looking for Full Text articles but you aren't finding what you want in these sources, have a look at Topic 13

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Article Searching (citations only) Edit

Article searching (Journal articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, etc.) in NexLearn usually covers article citations; information about the article, whether or not you can read the whole article onscreen. Here's what to choose, with links to teach you how to do the searching.

If you need: Then use: You'll get:
Article citations OCLC FirstSearch: use the Article First, ATLA Religion, ATLAS, ERIC, Medline, and/or Wilson Select Full Text databases in FirstSearch. See Topic 1 to learn how access, search, and research in OCLC FirstSearch Article citations (and, when available, full text)
Article citations EBSCO: use the ATLA Religion, ATLAS, Old Testament Abstracts, and/or New Testament Abstracts databases in Ebsco. See the EBSCO page on this wiki to learn how to access, search, and research in Ebsco Citations (including Article citations; and, when available, full text)
Religious Studies article citations OCLC FirstSearch: use the ATLA Religion, and/or ATLAS, databases in FirstSearch. See Topic 1 to learn how access, search, and research in OCLC FirstSearch Religious Studies citations (including articles)
Education article citations OCLC FirstSearch: use the ERIC database in FirstSearch. See Topic 1 to learn how access, search, and research in OCLC FirstSearch Education citations (including articles)

More help on this topic:

ProQuest Psychology Database includes articles citations, particularly in that subject. for more help, see the Proquest Psychology Journals page on this wiki

ATLA Religion journal titles

ATLAS journal titles

ATLA Religion and ATLAS database &topicID=33 information page from Ebsco

Old Testament Abstracts (&topicID=121 OTA) information page from Ebsco (with links to title list)

New Testament Abstracts (&topicID=180 NTA) information page from Ebsco (with links to title list)

OCLC FirstSearch's official list of what journals, magazines, and newspapers are offered in each of its databases (choose a database, like ATLA Religion, from the menu)

OCLC FirstSearch's official title finder (type in the name of a magazine, journal, or newspaper, to see if it's in OCLC FirstSearch, and what database to use to see article information for that publication)

Questia's official list of what journals are offered in Questia

If you're looking for articles but you aren't finding what you want in these sources, have a look at Topic 13

Trouble with access? Please send comments or questions to me

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