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Not finding enough on your topic? Not finding anything on your topic? Are you using the best keywords and concepts to describe what you're looking for?

Brainstorming the different words and phrases used to describe your topic is one the most helpful things you can do to start your research. It gets you really thinking about your topic and the ways it can be approached.

If you're having trouble getting the storm started, try reading a few encyclopedia articles. Look for keywords in the article and the different ways it's described there. Also check out the Reference List or Works Cited for more information on topic.

Want to make your searching even better AND faster? Check out these short videos below.

Databases

How do I get the full text of an article from a database?

 Full-text articles are available online and in print.  Here are the various ways to get to full text articles available from the Furman Libraries.

  • If you are looking at the article citation in a database, look for a PDF or HTML icon.  Clicking on the PDF or HTML icon will give you the full text of the article.

 

  • If you don't see a PDF or HTML icon, then clicking on the FULLText icon will automatically start the search process.

 

  • If the full text is available online, you will be provided with a link to the correct database.  Often this will take you directly to the article.

  • If there is no online option, You will have the option to request a copy - from another library via interlibrary loan, or from our own collections via Scan & Deliver if available .  Clicking the "Request a copy" link will populate a request form with the citation information for this article once you login to your account.

 

  • You can also check the library catalog to see if the article is available in one of the library's print collections, and then go scan or photocopy the article yourself.