Answered By: Marissa C. Ball
Last Updated: Dec 11, 2018     Views: 26

It's easy!

Sorry to hear you are having difficulty using the updated website.  Our new website offers multiple ways for you to browse journals, search for articles, and find specific citations. 

  • tracking down a citation:  There are a couple of options, the most popular/easiest one - insert whatever citation information you have into the search box at the top of the library's homepage (by default it searches the "Discovery" service) and it will try to track down the citation for you; You can also use the "Find it @FIU/CitationLinker" form as we had before, found under "FIND" >> "Find it @ FIU"
  • eJournals: Again, at the top of the library's homepage, you can search for your eJournal in the Discovery search; You also can switch the tab to search the "EJOURNALS" tab; Or you can also search under "FIND" >> "eJournals" which will also take you to a way to search for specific eJournals or browse journals by discipline/subject area
  • databases/articles: To do a quick search across the majority of our resources, you can search the Discovery service; You can also go directly to the Alphabetical listing of resources through "FIND" >> "A-Z List" - from here you can also narrow down/browse resources by subject area

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