Q. How do I find an article I need?

Answer

  1. Select the link for E-Journals under the search bar on the library homepage.
  2. Search for the journal title.
  3. Select the link to the journal, this normally follows the date range available. Then search for the article by date of publication, volume, and issue number.

In order to access any of the library’s licensed resources from off-campus, you will be prompted to enter a NOSM username and password. This is issued to all NOSM faculty, learners and staff. This is the same information used to access SharePoint and MyCurriculum.

If the article isn't available from NOSM, check Laurentian and/or Lakehead's collections.

  1. To access Lakehead's and Laurentian's collections you can use the Lakehead Resources or Laurentian Resources links under the Find dropdown menu on the library homepage or below.
  2. Click on the E-Journals tab. Search for the journal title.
  3. Select the link to the journal, this normally follows the date range available. Then search for the article by date of publication, volume, and issue number.

Like NOSM's licensed collections, you'll be prompted for a NOSM username and password if you are working from off-campus. Use the same information that you use to access SharePoint and MyCurriculum.

If you can’t find an article or book you need through NOSM, Laurentian or Lakehead.

You can order articles and books through our interlibrary loan service. Send an email with your request to racer@nosm.ca. Include all citation details available. For more information or to submit your own request manually by creating an account see our Interlibrary Loan page.

  • Last Updated Jun 25, 2018
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