Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2014     Views: 47

You didn't say where you have already looked for information, but if you haven't already checked, I would suggest that you look at the following periodical databases. You can find these databases by going to the Library Home Page ( and selecting the "Article Databases" option. Then select the database you want from the alphabetic list. I would recommend the following databases: Academic Search Complete, InfoTrac OneFile, Wilson OmniFile, ACM Digital Library, IEEE Computer Society Library, General Science Full Text, Criminal Justice Abstracts, and Criminal Justice Periodicals Index You can enter searches such as : webcams and privacy, or webcams and security. In most of these databases, there is a significant amount of full text available. If there is not specific link to either .pdf or .html documents, be sure to click on the "Check PILOT for holdings" link to find out if the text is available from other electronic resources. If you continue to have problems finding articles, please stop by the library and talk to a librarian at the Reference Desk on the 1st floor of Stapleton. We can help you with searching much more effectively in person. You can also get assistance from any librarian at the Reference Desk by calling (724)357-3006 or (toll-free) 1-866-836-8815.

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