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Does Milne Library own an electronic copy of the article or chapter?
If Milne Library has online access to your course readings, the best option is to link directly to the content. This avoids any copyright issues and lets the library know (through usage statistics) that you are using a particular journal or book.
Step 1: Determine if Milne has online access to your content, or if your article is freely available online.
Look up a journal title to see what online access is available.
Enter article information to determine if Milne has online access to a particular article.
Explore the library's catalog.
Step 2: Find or create a direct link to the article/book chapter. This is a bit different in each database. Review the slidesh for guidance.
Resources A to Z
Databases, indexes, encyclopedias, images, maps and other resources
Help in finding books, articles, reference sources, statistics, reviews, etc.
Linking to Database Content
Academic Video Online (AVON) This link opens in a new window
Academic Video Online is a comprehensive video streaming resource that offers more than 64,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more.
Films on Demand This link opens in a new window
Films on Demand is a comprehensive collection of high-quality educational videos licensed from a long established educational media distributor (Films for the Humanities and Sciences). Other content providers for Films on Demand include Davidson Films, California Newsreel, PBS and many more.