Answered By: Chris Clouser Last Updated: Jan 29, 2015 Views: 40
Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2015 Views: 40
The entire run of of Reviews in American History is available electronically. From 1973-1994, it is available in the JSTOR database and from 1995 to date from the Project Muse database. You can find the availablility of any periodical by using IUP's PILOT online catalog. If IUP owns or has electronic access to a journal, there will be at least one entry in the catalog. To access PILOT, go to the Library Home Page (www.iup.edu/library) and click on "Online Catalog". Once connected to PILOT, type the title of the journal (not the article title) in the "Search For" box and select the "Journal Title Search" option. Then click the "Search" button to perform the search. If IUP has that title available in any form, you will get at hit in the catalog. If we have it in more than one form, there will be multiple entries in the catalog. If your search produces multiple entries, just click on the title to get the full information. If IUP owns a physical copy of the material, the full record will have a "Library Has" note that shows the volumes and years we own and where those materials are located. Most of our periodicals are found on the ground floor of Stapleton Library. If IUP has electronic access to the material, there will be a "Linked Resource" note in the record that shows the database(s) containing the content and what years are covered. These notes are hotlinked (highlighted in blue and underlined), so that you can click on the note to go to that database. Then just follow the menus on the screen to to get to the exact issues and article you need.
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