You might wish to change the Relevancy Ranking to Newest First
Once you get your results, you can limit your results further by using the options on the right-hand side. Topic limits can be very useful.
Choose a Database like these from the list of Databases:
EBSCO Databases Selected for Communication Disorders & Sciences Research
PubMed with EIU Electronic Journals
Google Scholar with EIU Electronic Journals
For specific information on finding articles to support research in Communication Disorders & Sciences, visit:
Finding CDS Articles
Describes special search link to make finding CDS articles easier
How to Find Articles Based on Experimental Research/CDS
How to find research articles for Communication Disorders & Sciences
Online Catalog Quick Search
Online Catalog Search Tips
Article Quick Search
EBSCO CDS Quick Search
PubMed Quick Search
Advanced Article Searching
Other Helpful Resources
--From the library homepage, select the "Books and Movies" tab above the main search bar.
--Click on the "I-Share" link underneath the main search bar
--Conduct your search as usual
--When you find a book you want, click on its title to bring up the full record. Click on the "Request 1st Available" tab and follow the on-screen instructions to have it delivered to the Booth Library circulation desk.
If you are a first time user, you will have to create an I-Share account using your library ID number (located on the lower right hand corner of your Student ID)
When looking up articles in an EBSCO database, clicking on the "Get Full Text" icon will take you to the full text of the article, help you find a print version of the article in the library catalog or give you the option to request the article from another library if Booth doesn't have access to the article (this request is also called InterLibrary Loan or ILL).
For more information, visit this page about "Get Full Text" and see examples of how it works.
If you have questions, please contact Interlibrary Loan at 217-581-6074 or Circulation Services at 217-581-6071.
Click on Sign In and create an account to use these features. Sign In every time you want to use these funcrions or add more articles to a folder.
Communication Disorders Librarian
Reference Desk 217-581-6072
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