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Why should I consult journals?
Journals are usually more current than books and usually focus on specific subjects. They may contain case studies, trials and statistics that may not be found in general textbooks.
Peer-reviewed journals are evaluated and critiqued by researchers and experts in the field of the same standing or higher than the author before being published. They are high quality academic sources of information.
How to access journal articles
Journal articles can be accessed through EBSCO EDS when the Library has taken a subscription to the journal or when the journals are on open access.
Journal articles in full-text can also be accessed via our AtoZ journal browser. The Library link to the electronic resource will direct you to the login page, and upon successful login using your ISU username and password you will be directed to the online journal.
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Get hold of an article we don't haveWhen the article is not available in the ISU Library collection, you can request it directly via the "Request item" button in EBSCO EDS. All data will then be filled in automatically.
You can also send your request by email to your Librarian. Enter as many important data as possible such as title, author, year of publication, ISBN or ISSN, journal title. You will receive an email once the book or the article has arrived and you can collect it at the Library.
Citing it rightFor ISU assignments and projects, you have to use the Anglia Ruskin Harvard System of Referencing.
All your citations and references should match the style you are using exactly, including any punctuation, capitalization, italics and bold, and you should use the same referencing style throughout your assignment.
Example of referencing for journal articles:
- Sweeting, M., 2018. Modern Small Satellites-Changing the Economics of Space. Proceedings of the IEEE, [online] 106(3), pp.343-361. Available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8303876/figures [Accessed 6 February 2019].
- Rodriguez-Alvarez, N. et. al. 2009. Soil Moisture Retrieval Using GNSS-R Techniques: Experimental Results Over a Bare Soil Field. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 47(11), pp. 647-85.
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