Contrary to popular opinion, NOT ALL ARTICLES
ARE ON THE WEB. Don't despair - there are several ways to
get full-text articles:
1. First, compile a list of articles that
you did not find full-text.
Copy all pertinent information, including
the title of the article, the name of the periodical,
the date, and the volume and issue numbers.
2. Next, check to see if these articles
might be in one of the Library's full-text databases.
Go to the Library's homepage (www.loyola.edu/library)
and click on Electronic Journals from the top toolbar.
Enter the title of a PERIODICAL (journal, magazine, or newspaper)
and click on "Search." If the periodical is available
full-text in one of the Library's databases, a list of these databases
will appear along with the dates covered in each database. Click
on the linked database name to look for the article you need.
In some cases, the database will bring you
directly to the periodical you want and will list all of the articles
available full-text. In other cases, you will have to search the
database to find the periodical and/or the article you need.
3. If you cannot locate the full text online,
check to see if the Library subscribes to the paper version of
- Go to the Loyola/Notre Dame Library (LNDL)
Web site (www.loyola.edu/library) and click on SHARC Catalog.
- Type in the name of the periodical (for
example, Journal of Social History,) and select Journal Title
as the type of search. Limit to Loyola Notre Dame Library.
- If the title appears, the Library subscribes
to the periodical. Look at the record by clicking on the title.
The "Notes" line indicates the dates we hold.
4. If the Loyola/Notre Dame Library does
not subscribe to the periodical, you may possibly get the article
from another library.
- If you have time (one to two weeks), you
can request the article through Interlibrary Loan.
Go to the LNDL website (www.loyola.edu/library). Select
the appropriate form (Article or Book) from the right-hand
column under "Request Forms," fill it out, and
zap it to the Library. We'll let you know when your article
- If you have transportation, you may go
to another library that
subscribes to the periodical. To determine which other libraries
subscribe to the periodical:
Check the catalogs of other libraries in the area to see
subscribe. Click on Other Libraries from the LNDL homepage,
or check the Periodicals in Maryland Libraries database.
For more information and to connect to it, see ww.sailor.lib.md.us/MD_topics/lib/_per.html.
Call your friendly LNDL reference
librarian (410-617-6802) who will check and let you know which
libraries subscribe to the periodical.
For instructions on remote
access, please see Accessing the Databases