Pew Learning Center & Ellison Library

ENS 116 - Introduction to Environmental Studies

Fall 2011

Professor: Greg Kidd
Librarian: Heather Stewart Harvey, ext. 3062

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Find Books

1. Use our catalog to find books, videos, CDs, etc.

2. Use WorldCat to find and request books from other libraries.

Find Articles

Finding an article can involve three steps.

 1. Use Articles & Databases to find articles or citations. If the citation includes the full-text or image, you can get the article right away. If not, go to Step 2.

 2. Use Journal Finder to see if we have the journal you want.    If we do, get your article from the source. If not, go to Step 3.

                                                     3. Use Interlibrary Loan to request the article from another                                                  library. Please allow time.

Selected Full-Text Databases and Web Sites

 Interdisciplinary databases covering a variety of subjects:

 Science databases:

  • ScienceDirect - indexing and full-text access for journals in a variety of sciences
  • SpringerLink - full-text content for science, heath, and social sciences
  • Biological Abstractsabstracts to over 4,000 life science journals
  • Green File - information covering all aspects of human impact to the environment
  • BioOne - full-text access for bioscience research journals 


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