Full-Text Periodicals: E & Print
FULL-TEXT PERIODICALS: E & PRINT
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 another online database or in the library's collection of 375 periodicals in paper or microfilm format.
1. Go to myLCCC and click on Check Library Account or
go to http://www.lccc.edu/library and click on START YOUR RESEARCH HERE.
2. Click on Full-Text Periodicals: E & Print (under Articles & More).
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 (paper) collection on the upper level of Rothrock Library. 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 issues from the the current three months of the Morning Call in print format (in Room LB109).
· 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.
· If you want an article that was published in the Morning Call in 1989, you can probably find it by clicking on the America's News database.
· You will not find it by clicking on LexisNexis Academic, the other database mentioned here because it only contains issues of the Morning Call from six months ago to the present.
See: Morning call (Allentown, Pa.) (0884-5557)
from 01/01/1984 to present in America's News
from 6 months ago to present in LexisNexis Academic