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Information Literacy guide for students and faculty of Lehigh Carbon Community College.
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FULL-TEXT PERIODICALS: E & PRINT

When searching the database, reading an article, or searching the Net, you sometimes will see a citation for a great article but not the article's full-text in print or in one of our databases.

Periodicals: E & Print is an elist of all of the FULL-TEXT periodicals available in our databases, in print and in microform.

You will be connected to this resource when you click on "Check for Availability" in our databases.

 

WHAT IF FULL-TEXT IS NOT AVAILABLE?

If an article is not available as full-text via our databases, we may still be able to locate it for you via Interlibrary Loan.

If the article you want is not available in Rothrock Library resources:

  • Search the article title in Google. Sometimes an author will have a copy available through their website.
  • Complete an Interlibrary Loan form at the library's website to request a copy of the article from another library.
 

E & PRINT: STEP-BY-STEP

This demonstration will show you how to easily determine whether a full-text article from a periodical such as Allentown's Morning Call newspaper is available in an online database or in print.

  1. Go to the Library Home Page and click Start Your Research
  2. Click on Full-Text Periodicals: E & Print
  3. Enter the periodical title in the search box:  Morning Call
      • "Rothrock Library Print Holdings" indicates that the Morning Call is in the library's print collection.
      • Clicking on "Rothrock Library Print Holdings" will show you the specific dates of the Morning Call in the library.
      • You can see that the library has print issues for the current three months.
      • Databases in which the Morning Call appears in full-text are also listed. Clicking on one of them will open that database so you can locate your article.
    • Notice the date range next to each database
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