You can search within specific e-journals to find articles, also.
1.Go to ejournals@Emory
2.Type in the title of the journal in the search box. (See the "Selected Journal List" on the left side of this page for ideas.)
Example: Gender & Society
3.Select a Full Text option that has a good date range for your search (for this class, you are likely to be looking for more recent articles)
4.Log in to access the journal
5.You may search within the journal for articles (by topic or author, for example) - often there is a search box provided for doing this labeled, "Search within this journal" - OR you may browse journal issues or a larger database that includes the journal that you are interested in
If you use Google Scholar to do your research, you can set your browser up to go directly to the search results in the Emory Libraries, if they're available. Here's how:
1. Go to Google Scholar
2. Click on the three lines next to the "Google Scholar" branding at the top left.
3. Choose "settings," then select "Library links".
4. Type Emory University into the search box, then run the search.
5. Check the box beside Find it @ Emory, then select the blue Save button.
6. Run your search, then select the Find it @ Emory designation next to an article of interest. You will see the options for accessing the full text.
7. Select the Full text option.
8. You will be prompted to log in with your Emory net ID and password. If you keep using the same browser for your search session, your subsequent searches in Google Scholar will not require additional logins during the same browser session. (If you have trouble accessing full-text articles, check to make sure that your browser is accepting *cookies.)
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, your subject librarian, or the library reference desk at your preferred library.
Google Scholar searches specifically for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research.