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CRWR 14012: Special Topics in Nonfiction: Knowledge Journalism

A guide for students in Jim McMahon's course.

Access Library Resources Off-Campus

Most of the Library's resources require you to authenticate as a UChicago Student. To access our resources:

  1. Use links from the Library web site. These are configured to route you through the proxy server and allow you to authenticate.
     
  2. Use the Proxy It! Bookmarklet. In Chrome, Firefox or Safari, drag this ⇒ ProxyIt! ⇐ link to your bookmarks toolbar.
     
  3. Use the campus VPN

Video: Find the Full Text of an Article from a Citation

View the 3-minute video below to learn how to find the full text of articles through the University of Chicago Library using information from the article’s citation.

Find It!

When searching databases, the Find It button, when present, can be used to locate an item in the Library Catalog, to gain access to the full-text of an article, or to send interlibrary loan orders to the ILL Office for items that the Library does not own.

Find Full Text by PubMed ID

Use our FindIt! service to locate an article using its PMID


Find Full Text by DOI

Use our FindIt! service to locate an article using its DOI.
In some cases, we do not have access at the publisher's site, but the FIndIt! service will still point you there. Repeat your search in Articles Plus to find access.

 

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