Use these resources as first stops for finding articles:
If you’ve already searched databases, eJournals, and Primo, and still can’t find the full-text of an article, place a request via interlibrary loan service. Requests typically take 7-10 days to be filled. Articles will be sent in pdf format to your ILL account. They will remain in the account for 30 days. It’s your responsibility to retrieve, print or save the article.
For additional resource ideas, stop by the library reference desk or contact a reference librarian via the contact a librarian link.
Library electronic journals and databases are accessible from off-campus. When searching for electronic journals and databases from off-campus, a login screen will ask for your username and password. Your username and password is your NetID/Career Account username and password (the same credentials you use to log in to campus workstations).
If you do not know your user name or password, or are receiving a message of an invalid user name and/or password, contact our Customer Service Center at (219) 989-2888, and selection Option 2.
How can you tell the difference between these two types of periodical articles? Watch this video.
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