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ENG 112 (Middletown)

Finding Articles

Finding Books & More

Finding Pro/Con and Background Information

Literary Criticism

Current News

Historical News

Citing Sources in Your Works Cited

Your Librarians

Contact your Gardner-Harvey Library librarians:

John Burke

Jessie Long

Phone: 513-727-3222
Chat with us at AskGHL
Text: 513-273-5360

Finding Statistical Sources

Creating a Great Online Search (and Managing Your Results)

  • Be specific when you search, using multiple keywords to describe your question.
  • In library databases, use “Limit by Subject” and “Subject: Thesaurus Terms” to focus your search to subject terms used in that database.
  • In addition to printing articles, keep in mind that you may also email them to yourself or save them to your M: drive so you may retrieve documents from home or on campus.
  • Remember that you can also email yourself the citation for an article from the email function, or use the "Cite" button to view and copy a citation from the screen.
  • If an item does not have a PDF or HTML full-text link, click on “Find It!” to see if the article may be found in full-text somewhere outside the database you are using.  This will also allow you to see if Miami owns the periodical in print or microform at one of our libraries. 
  • If there are articles that cannot be found in full-text from other Miami or OhioLINK Libraries, you may use Interlibrary Loan to request articles from other libraries.
  • Ask a librarian!  We are happy to help you.