Answered By: Matthew Laudicina
Last Updated: Oct 19, 2016     Views: 52

  • First - You need the full name of the author, the exact title of the book, and the year the book was published. Make sure you have the original copyright date. If you do not have a copy of the book, check the On-Line Catalog, or inquire at the Information Desk on the main level of the library.
  • Second - Consult a book review source (see below) for the year the book was published or for the immediate following years, under the author's last name. be on the alert for cumulated indexes covering a span of years.
  • Third - Copy the complete citations (journal name, volume and page number) to reviews of your book. If using print index, be sure to check its front pages for the full names of journals. For your convenience, in the front of most recent bound book review indexes, we have placed a checkmark next to our journal holdings.
  • Fourth - Go to the On-Line Catalog to see if we own the journal, and where to find it in the library (physical or electronic).


Current Updated Sources

  • LexisNexis Academic - LexisNexis Academic provides full-text articles and reports from more than 6,000 magazines, newspapers, wire services, legal resources, reference books, and government publications from around the world.

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