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An index of scholarly articles and books. Look for Find@UNM to link to full articles. For books check the library catalog.
Google Scholar will link to some--not all--of the online resources to which the University Libraries subscribes. Use the "Check full text @ UNM" link to see if the resource is available through a UNM subscription. It may also be helpful to look up the journal or citation through UNM eJournals tool.
The NCSU Libraries have made a great little video explaining literature reviews. Check it out!
Searching for a known item
If you know the title of an item (i.e. you are not just searching for anything at all on a topic, but rather, you have a specific item you want to read), the easiest way to find it is to paste/type the full title of the item within quotation marks in the QuickSearch box on the library homepage and then click on the search icon. Hopefully, your item will display in the search results!
Note that if you have anything incorrect in the title -- a typo, a missing word, etc. -- your search will not be successful, so check your search terms if you do not find your item.
Note also that sometimes books also have book reviews that will also come up in a title search -- so be sure you are looking at the record for the item you want.
APA (American Psychological Association) Style
APA Style is a citation style used by many of the social sciences disciplines for bibliographies and in-text citations. Here are some tools for learning about APA Style:
Includes tips and examples on how to use the APA Style. Note about Purdue OWL: We don’t recommend that you cite your sources automatically through the citation machine tool on the Purdue OWL page. It is a fee-based service.