Answered By: Lizah Ismail
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2016     Views: 13

At this time, our library catalog (KATE) is unable to bring up journal articles online, although you are able to bring up e-books online.

 

The best place to start to get an overview of different issues pertaining to your topic is by searching in our library research databases.

 

To get there, go to our library website at my.limestone.edu/library. Then click on the Articles and More link which will take you to our databases list. (http://libguides.limestone.edu/alldatabases).

 

Under General Research, you will find a listing of social issues databases such as Opposing Viewpoints in Context, Points of View Reference Center and TOPICsearch as well as our multi-subject databases such as Academic One File and Academic Search Premier. I recommend that you click on the A-Z list at the top to get to each of these databases.

 

Any or all of these databases will be able to provide you with information from a variety of sources (such as Research Journals, Magazines, Newspapers) when you conduct a search. Additonally, in the case of the social issues databases, you can browse by topics or issues as well. When searching Academic One File or Academic Search Premier, you will need to check the box for Full Text if you want to retrieve complete articles online.

 

If you are interested in looking up e-books on the subject, go to the Electroninc Books link , click on http://libguides.limestone.edu/electronicbooks eBooks On EBSCOhost (the first on the list) and search for  your topic there.

 

To access any of our online library resources,  you will need to login using your Limestone email login information. This is the same as your LC Portal and Blackboard (if you are using Blackboard) login.