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_English Literature Classes - Waterbury — Working with Citations

This Library Guide supports upper level literature at the Waterbury campus.

Working with Citations

  • Review  the bibliography (Works Cited) at the end of an article or book for relevant sources that relate to your research
  • Search for the title of an article, chapter, or book from the Library search box if the citation seems relevant 
  • The Citation Linker will help you track down articles
  • Use WorldCat  to identify an item if it does not appear to be held by UConn Library
  • Access the full text link or request from Interlibrary Loan Services if the resource is not available online
  • Use Google Scholar to see how many times a source has been cited and determine its impact

Getting Full Text Articles & Chapters

In a database, look for
UConn Full Text button

UConn Full Text will help you

1. Get the full text online if UConn subscribes to it
2. Request what we do not own through Interlibrary Services
3. Request scans of articles and chapters we own in print through Interlibrary Services

Check to see if we own the journal in print. Request a scan using Scan on Demand

How to Read Journal Citations