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Q. How do I find articles in magazines, newspapers, and journals? A. Use EBSCOhost (12 databases, including Academic Search Premier and Health Source) and/or Use WilsonSelectPlus (a FirstSearch database, which provides access to over 50 other databases)
A note reading “Ask Librarian about availability” indicates that we do not subscribe to the periodical.
“PDF Full Text” is a scanned image of the article, as it appeared in print. Requires the Acrobat Reader browser to view and print the article. “HTML Full Text” prints more quickly than PDF; no additional browser is needed.
Getting Articles in Magazines, Newspapers, and Journals If article entry in database has a link to “HTML Full Text” or “PDF Full Text”, clicking on the link will bring up the article. You can then print or save it. If there is no link for Full Text, look for a message stating “KEENE STATE COL” or “KSC’s Mason Library subscribes to this title.” Your next step is to find the call number for the periodical, retrieve it from the shelf, and make a photocopy of it.
Call numbers for periodical titles (magazines, newspapers, and journals) may be found in two places: 1.Keene-Link, our online catalog. Search by title.
2. Red binders located in various places on the Library’s 1st floor. Red binders list ONLY the periodicals we have in hardcopy. Call numbers for periodical titles (magazines, newspapers, and journals) may be found in two places: