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While searching in a database, look for the icon. A new window will open, showing one of two possibilities:
Full text online -- takes you straight to the full-text of the article - yay!
No full text online --the Article Linker screen appears with this message: "Sorry, no online full-text holdings were found."
Even if we don't have access to the full text online, you can usually still get the article you need! Just follow these steps:
As you work on your speeches, this guide is here to help.
If you are unfamiliar with your topic, you can probably find an overview in one of these resources (it's a good idea to know a little something* about the topic before you look for books and scholarly journal articles):
* 1-min rule: You can talk about your topic for 1 minute uninterrupted, without consulting outside sources or repeating yourself.
A great place to find a little bit of everything.
Check out the following library resources for pro/con perspectives and hot topics.
We have a lot of video options for you. The Fine Arts and Design Library has viewing stations for Blu-Ray, DVD, and VHS. All UNM library computers have DVD players.
To find our non-streaming videos, use the library catalog. You can limit the source type to video to filter out other media (see left hand side of search results). When you find the video you'd like, make a note of the call number -- most will be in the Fine Arts Library.
The Public Library also has a lot of options for DVDs & Blu-Rays. It's easy to get a public library card if you don't already have one, and the public library has lots of locations. They also have this great list of movies filmed in New Mexico.