Search Bibliographic Listings
How to fill out this form
If you know the title of the work, enter it in the Title field; if you know the name of the author, type it into the Author field. If you would like to look for works by a specific publisher, type its name in the Publisher field. If the publication you are looking for is a periodical (a newspaper, magazine or journal, for instance), type its name in the Periodical field. If you want to search by a term but aren.t sure which field it would be most appropriate in, enter it into All.
If you are looking for information on a specific subject, find the most appropriate entry in the category drop down menu.
If you put words into more than one field (for example: an author name and title), and would like to only receive information which contains both, make sure the "And" button on the right hand side of your screen is filled in. If you would like information either by the author or with the specific title you have typed in, make sure the "Or" button is filled in on the right hand side.
You can determine how much information you see once you have conducted a search. For instance, choose how many results per page are displayed by choosing a number from the drop down menu. (Hint: the more results you have per page, the more scrolling you will have to do to look through them.)
The output format allows you to choose how much information is displayed. The long result will give you the name of the author, the date for bibliography, the headline of the article, the complete abstract and the category. The URL gives you the name of the author and the headline. In both cases, the headline is a link to the full article; click on the headline and you will get the full text.
Once you have filled out as much search information as you need to, click on the Search! button. Good luck.