Citation Linker is a resource that allows researchers to reverse-search a citation to locate the journal article. Citation Linker will link researchers to the full text of an online article if the Libraries subscribe to the resource. If the Libraries do not subscribe to the full text, search results will display other options for acquiring it, such as an InterLibrary Loan (ILL). Be sure to include as much information as possible when using Citation Linker.
LibKey allows researchers to discover access to articles or information by using unique identifying combinations of numbers, letters, and symbols for an article or document called Digital Object Identifier (DOI) or PubMed Identifier (PMID) numbers. LibKey is also connected to Primo search results.
Researchers can connect the LibKey Nomad browser extension for Chrome or Firefox for instant links to full-text content for articles subscribed to by University Libraries or open-access alternatives. For more information on the browser extension, see the BrowZine & LibKey Nomad Libguide.
The University Libraries provide access to the ninth edition of the Modern Language Association (MLA) Handbook that offers student writers and writing instructors guidance on creating works-cited-list entries in MLA style using the template of core elements.
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