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SPAN 336 - Survey of Latin American Literature: Instructions on How to Find and Article

LibGuide for SPAN 336 - Study of the evolution of Latin American literature. Provides students with the opportunity to read, analyze, discuss and write about seminal works by representative writers from each literary movement and genre.

!!! INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO FIND AN ARTICLE !!!

1) Select the most relevant database. (SEE THE DATABASE LISTS ON THE PREVIOUS PAGE)

    (Note: if your first searches don't work then try other databases on these list, as necessary)

2) Choose the most appropriate search terms (think of synonyms - EXPERIMENT!)  And you can use OR to combine your terms               (e.g. College OR University)

3) Type in your terms and select your search options (e.g. Title, Keyword, Subject, etc.)

4) Submit your search

5) View your list of articles.  (If you don't find what you want the first time, vary your terms/search options)

6) Select the most appropriate articles and click on the PDF or HTML link for each article.  If they are not Full Text (PDF or HTML) then click on the FIND IT button  (see below OR see the FIND IT window on the previous page)

 


7) The FIND IT button will yield one or more options:

      Option #1) a hot link to the full text article in another SU database - if this is the case just click on
                       this link and then click on the PDF or HTML link and print/save/email the article

      Option #2) an SU Catalog message indicating that we have the print journal in this library (go to
                      the Research Help Desk for assistance)

      Option #3 ) an ILL link allowing you to order the article through our Interlibrary Loan department
                       (go to the Research Help Desk for assistance)

      NOTE: If option #1 or #2 are shown, do not click on the ILL option as your order
                  will be rejected

8) Try to enjoy the game like aspect of the search process!  If you are not in a big hurry,
     then it can actually be fun unraveling the search rubric

9)  If you are still having trouble finding what you want, please come to the 
       Research Help Desk for assistance (1st Floor by the stairwell) or you can contact me
       ggrobb@salisbury.edu for assistance

10)  Good luck with your search!  :)