How do I find articles in Iona WorldCat?
Iona WorldCat is a great place to start your research. It offers direct access to articles in a select number of databases. To access all article databases visit the Databases A-Z & by Subject page.
Begin at the Search WorldCat box on the Library Home page.
Type in the search term(s), the title of the article, or the author, and hit enter or submit.
The search results page includes items in various formats (books, eBooks, articles, streaming video, etc.). Check off article in the "Looking for a" section on the left side of the page.
How do I view the article?
Click on the maroon button, which says either Access Online or View Full Text.
This link should either open up the article online, or it may display a pop-up list of several links. For articles, it should not matter which link you select.
Problems opening the article?
If you are having trouble opening an article, try these steps:
What if the library doesn't own the article?
The article record will have "At other libraries worldwide" instead of "Available - Iona University Libraries."
Click on the title of the book and then click on the maroon Request Item through Interlibrary Loan button, located to the right of the article's record information.
Fill out the brief form to request the article. You will receive an email if the article is available with either the article attached or a link and password to use for access. Please visit the Interlibrary Loan policy page for further information.
How can I go directly to the Research Databases?
From the Iona WorldCat search results page or the off-campus WorldCat log-in and use the Resources drop-down menu. Click on Article/eBook Databases.
The Databases A-Z and by Subject page contains Multidisciplinary, Subject Specific, and News and Current events databases.
Multidisciplinary Databases cover many subjects and are a good starting point if your topic is broad.
Subject Specific Databases are specialized and cover the range of individual disciplines of Iona's faculty departments. They are useful when you have narrowed down your topic to a specific subject.
News and Current Events Databases include newspaper and magazines databases, and others covering current and controversial issues.
Searching with the article's citation information
To search for an article using the full citation information (title, author, journal, etc.), you can use the Full-Text Citation Finder. This may be accessed on the Databases A-Z and by Subject page under "F" and Full-Text Citation Finder.
Fill out all the information and then click on the Search button at the bottom of the screen.
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