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Instructional Technology: A Library Research Guide Archived 2/19/2014  

Last Updated: Feb 19, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.virginia.edu/instructionaltecharchived Print Guide

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Journal Finder

 

  • Journal Finder
    To determine whether UVa provides a journal full text, enter the title of the journal in the Journal Finder's 2nd search box.

    If it is not available full text, enter the title of the journal in the Journal Finder’s 1st search box to determine if it is available in print at one of the UVa Libraries.

    If you are taking a class on-Grounds and it is available in print, you will need to go to the designated UVa library to get the journal.

    If you enrolled in the Curry off-Grounds program and the article is not available full text, you do not need to determine if it is in print at one of the UVa Libraries. Instead, submit an interlibrary loan request..

Dissertations

If you need a copy of a dissertation that is not available online full text, you can use the Library's free Interlibrary Loan Service to try and obtain a copy.

In addition to the databases below, you can also locate dissertations that are distributed as open access dissertations by searching Google using the the title, author. or keyword although identifying a dissertation from the retrieved results is a bit challenging due to the lack of meta tagging.

Test Instruments

 

Locate Journal Articles, Books, etc. Using GS

Google Scholar

Enter names of authors, titles of articles, etc. in the Google search box and then check for full text access using the button.

APA Style

You will need to write your research paper using a consistent bibliographic style.  Curry students usually are assigned to use APA style. However, other styles are also available.

You can learn to use RefWorks citation software by contacting a CLIC librarian at 434-924-7040. RefWorks automatically generates, for example, APA formatted citations. You can also elect to write the citations in the style you have been assigned to use, In either case, the links below should prove useful.

 

Questions? Monday - Friday 8am-5pm
Ask Your Curry Librarians

Need help finding information for a research project or have questions about borrowing library books?  Contact us.  We are happy to help with any questions about research or library services.

CALL: Kay Buchanan 434-982-2664
CALL: Carole Lohman 434-924-7040
EMAIL: Email the Curry Librarians
SKYPE: Contact the CLIC Librarians to schedule a date and time.

Questions? Evenings and Weekends
Ask a U.Va. Librarian

ITS Technology Help Desk: Available 24/7

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