270 - Fall 2000
INTERCULTURAL STUDIES SEMINAR I
What information is on this Web page?
USING AND CITING INFORMATION SOURCES
Using and Evaluating Information Sources
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A.C. BUEHLER LIBRARY
Links to some of the library resources listed below will not work when this page is accessed from off-campus. To use these resources, please go to the Library Web Page, where you can connect to Articles and Databases, Reference Sources, and Electronic Journals and Newspapers after providing your Elmhurst College email login and password. If you do not know your E.C. login and password, please see Computer Services, Room 107 CSTC.
Locating Books (Illinet Online)
The library has a variety of print resources on minority groups. Please check Illinet Online for books on specific groups or on multiculturalism in general. Contact the Reference Desk at 630-617-3173 if you need assistance.
Locating Journal Articles
|Academic Search Elite||A general database that contains both scholarly and popular journal sources, many in full text. Be sure to evaluate the sources in these databases before using them.|
|Periodical Abstracts||A general database that contains both scholarly and popular journal sources, many in full text. Be sure to evaluate the sources in these databases before using them.|
|Project MUSE||An online library of journals from university presses, with the full text of articles from 1996 to the present. The collection includes journals covering religious cultures, ethnic and racial cultures, women's studies, and sexual orientation.|
|PsycInfo||The primary source for psychological topics, produced by the American Psychological Association. There is no full text available.|
|Sociological Abstracts||A print reference source containing citations from sociology journals. It is shelved alphabetically in the Bound Periodicals section of the library.|
|Wilson Social Sciences Abstracts||A database containing information on a variety of social sciences. There is no full text available.|
Use Illinet Online to determine if the library owns the journal in print or microfilm, and check Journals and Magazines Available Online for electronic access to journals. If the article you seek is unavailable from these sources, please request it through our online Interlibrary Loan article request form.
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Created 9 September 1999 and last
updated 20 September 2000
Created by Elaine Fetyko Page, assisted by Laura Kelly
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