Find it @ FSU
How do I use Find it @ FSU?
Find it @ FSU allows you to quickly access full-text journal articles from databases and our catalog.
Whenever you see this icon: You can simply click on it to access the Find it @ FSU menu.
The Find it @ FSU Menu is the easiest way to access journal articles when you're not sure where to find them.
As you can see, there are quite a few ways to access or find articles.
At the top of the menu, you'll find the most used tools:
If FSU has access to the article you're looking for, you'll see which databases hold the article. Click the Full Text Online link to view your article.
Note: Clicking the link will usually take you directly to your article, but in some cases it may only take you to the database it's in. In this case, use the journal number and/or page numbers given to you by the Find it @ FSU Menu or search in the database to find your article.
Here you can use Find it @ FSU to search through our Libraries' current holdings.
The E-Journal Locator allows you to go directly to the electronic journal if it's available. This is a good option if you're looking for other articles in the same journal.
Like the E-journal Locator, checking for holdings in the FSU Libraries' Online Catalog allows you to see all versions of the journal that FSU owns. This includes both electronic and paper copies.
Sometimes, you want to find articles by the same author. Use this option to find science-related articles by the same author or authors.
Note: This option only locates authors in the Web of Science database
If you use Refworks, you can use the Refworks Direct Export Tool to export your citations directly.
Even if you don't use Refworks, you can still use the Create Formatted Citation and Persistent Link option to produce a citation in MLA, APA, Chicago, or CBE style. This option also gives you a permanent link to share or save for later use.
This section may not be immediately valuable, but does provide additional information on the journal you're looking for. The options are important if you need to find out the average usage of the journal, its publisher, or publishing characteristics.
Additional resources can be searched for through Google Scholar. This Google portal can help you locate other sources related to your journal article.