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Databases --- To find journal/magazine articles, start with one of over thirty online databases. Many databases provide full-text articles, while others only contain bibliographic information.
Journal List --- To find out whether the GCU Library owns the journal/magazine you are looking for, either in electronic format or in print. Type the journal name in the box and click "Search" button.
Citing Resources --- To find examples and instruction for using APA, MLA and Chicago/Turabian citation styles.
How to Find an Article (PDF) --- Detailed instruction on how to find articles.
Recommended Websites --- A collection of free online reference resources.
E-books --- A listing of online reference books and encyclopedias in all subjects, including Project Gutenberg, which includes thousands of classic books, most published in the 1920's or earlier, with emphasis on literature, philosophy, religion and reference works. Search by author, title or subject.
GCU Searchpath --- The new online information literacy tutorial based on Western Michigan Universities Searchpath Tutorial. Searchpath will help students learn to research and critically evaluate information sources.
Angel --- The Information Literacy Course in Angel leads GCU students and faculty to instruction in general research skills as well as specialized resources for more specific topics.
Campus Network ID and password --- When accessing databases from home, you may be asked for a user name and password. Enter your Campus Network ID and password; then click on the "submit" button. You will have to login only once during a search session, no matter how many databases you use.
For more information about electronic resources, consult the librarian at the Reference Desk, 732.987.2422 or firstname.lastname@example.org