No appointment needed, but students with appointments will take priority. Stop by for research help:
Mon/Wed 10-11:30 and Tues 2-3:30 (may be cancelled occasionally due to class requests)
Contact Anne Marie if you need the Zoom link.
Modified from: Caulfield, M. (2017). Web literacy for student fact-checkers. Available from: https://webliteracy.pressbooks.com/chapter/four-strategies/
Rod Library has subscription access to many newspapers and magazines, in print and/or electronic formats. Access depends on each title, as well as dates and other factors. Rod Library databases that include newspaper and magazine articles are, among others (note valid CatID & passphrase may be required for off-campus access):
See below for access information for the most commonly-requested newspapers & magazines:
For other publications, search by publication title in Journal Search.
Some databases, such as Academic Search Elite, allow limiting to Cover Story in the Advanced Search options.
If you want to share an article with someone else, such as your instructor, sharing a pdf is best. If you do want to share a link to a library subscription resources, you'll need to use the permalink (aka permanent link). Find out what permalinks are and how to find them here: https://askus.library.uni.edu/faq/213952