Finding Scholarly Articles
Watch this video to hear tips from Linds, the education librarian. Use the Education Subject Guide, listed below, as your portal to more recommendations and tools.
As you research, you will likely use a number of types of information. As you consider your needs, your audiences, and the type of evidence, you may wish to narrow your searching to one type of information. In the next few pages, we'll look at some strategies for locating books and articles. Let's begin with books.
There are several search tools for finding books.
Using OneSearch Advanced functions, you may refine your search by title, author, year, language and much more.
Chinook Classic is the legacy catalog interface for CU collections. Try the advanced functions to refine your search.
The quickest way to receive materials not available at CU. Request materials that are not available, checked-out, or missing. Prospector is a group of Colorado and Wyoming Libraries.
Borrow materials and get scans from libraries around the world. Use WorldCat to find what you’re looking for and request a loan through ILLiad.
We recommend starting with Onesearch!
You may also search and locate ebooks through the library system. Simply search and locate the text, follow the links to full text, enter your identikey and begin reading.
Start searching now:
We also have a few e-book collections that are searchable in the following search tools:
To read the full-text of an article, scan the screen for hints on how to read online, or access a pdf.
Look for pdf or html linked full-text.
Or choose the Find It at CU option & follow links to locate the pdf.
Or choose the Find It at CU option & request a copy through interlibrary loan.