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Here's a citation for an article...how do you find the whole article?
Gaultney, J. F. (2010). The Prevalence of Sleep Disorders in College Students: Impact on Academic Performance. Journal of American College Health, 59(2), 91-97.
This citation is for an article published in 2010 in the Journal of American College Health, a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal. There are several ways of determining if the article you're looking for is available at Berkeley:
Option 1: Look up the journal title in OskiCat or Melvyl.
You can also search for the title of the journal (NOT the article title!) in either OskiCat or Melvyl. They will tell you:Read more
- if we subscribe to the journal you're looking for
- which years we have
- whether our subscription is print ("hard-copy") or online
- what the call number is (for print journals)
- where to find the journal online (for online journals)
- what's the latest print issue we've received (OskiCat only)
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Book a 30-minute appointment with a librarian who will help refine and focus research inquiries, identify useful online and print sources, and develop search strategies for humanities and social sciences topics (examples of research topics).
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This service is for Cal undergraduates only. Graduate students and faculty should contact the library liaison to their department or program for specialized reference consultations.
OskiCat is the online catalog for many of the campus libraries (but not all). Oski will reveal which books and periodicals we have along with what's in our film and map collections. It does not contain indivisual periodical articles; to find them, you must use indexes.
A productive way to begin using Oski is by doing a key word search. For instance, try this search:
indian* captivit* narrative*
At 2:54 on February 21, 2013, this search produced 645 records. Using the box that, by default, says Entire Collection, you may sort the results or limit to specific formats or library locations. You may also sort by date or title. Let's take a look at a record:
Permanent link for this record: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b15166828~S1
|Moffitt||E85 .W85 1998||AVAILABLE|
|Native American Studies||E85 .W85 1998||AVAILABLE||1 WEEK LOAN|
|Description||xxxviii, 356 p. ; 20 cm.|
|Bibliography||Includes bibliographical references.|
|Subject||Indian captivities -- United States.|
|Women prisoners in literature.|
|Added Author||Derounian-Stodola, Kathryn Zabelle, 1949-|
From this record, you'll see the full title of the book, its editors, place and year of publication and publisher. You'll also see that the book is available in two libraries, Moffitt and the Ethnic Studies Library (clicking on Native American Studies links you to Ethnic Studies). You'll find the call number and see that neither copy is checked out. Clicking on the Library of Congress Subject Heading Indian captivities--United States will lead you to more items with this particular subject heading.