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Last Updated: Aug 31, 2017 URL: http://libguides.cedarcrest.edu/gerontology Print Guide

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Keep a list of your search terms, for example:

gerontology

geriatrics

geriatric nursing

older people

aging OR ageing

ageism

old age

aged

elder care

elderly

frail

senior citizen

"activity theory"

lifespan

aging -- physiology

senescence

 

EZ Proxy

Library databases and full-text articles may be accessed from off campus.

Follow the directions below.

1)  select the resource you want to use

2)  on the “EZproxy” screen

3)  enter your campus network login credentials

If you encounter a problem or need assistance with research questions, contact Information Services at 610-606-4666 (ext: 3536).

 

Find Journals by Journal Title

Go to:
EBSCO A-to-Z | E-Journals & Periodicals List to find journals and/or to verify Cressman Library holdings, whether online or in print.

To search the databases where Cressman Library journals are indexed, go to the Gerontology LibGuide Databases tab or to:
Cressman Library Full-Text
Cressman Library E-Indexes

Find a journal article when you have the DOI

 

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service that makes it possible for materials not available in the Cressman Library to be borrowed from other libraries.

All Cedar Crest students, faculty, alumnae and staff may use ILL.

To request an item through ILL find the title in WorldCat Local Discovery, click the "Request Item Through Interlibrary Loan" button and complete the form. Request forms are also available at the Information Services desk and on the library website for items not found in the online catalog.

Delivery of ILL may take from one day to two weeks or more.

For more information on Interlibrary Loan, please visit the library website here.

Journals

A search for journal articles usually begins in a database like EBSCOhost or ScienceDirect; however, you can usually "search within" a journal.

Articles, etc.

 
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