Search for the author's name.
For older works that have been studied often, add the title of the work and/or a key concept. For example:
Databases provide citations to scholarly journal articles and other academic works.
To access the full-article, look for "full-text" links that may appear as:
If there are no full-text links, use Find It! for access via another library source.
In addition to articles, the MLA database provides citations to chapters in books.
To access the book, click the Find It! button -
Books in the University Library:
Find It! will link to the Library Catalog (which displays the location and call number).
Books available via Link+:
Find It! will link to Link+.
In the Link+ record, click REQUEST THIS Item.
Books not available in the University Library or Link+
Find It! will link to Interlibrary Loan
The Interlibrary Loan ILLiad "request" screen will include information about the book.
For book chapters, you may need to copy the SOURCE (from Find It!) and paste it in Book Title box in the Book Chapter request screen before clicking submit.