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CHIN 335 - Chinese Literature in Translation

A guide to Gleeson Library for Chinese Literature in Translation students

Articles

 

  • Watch this Fusion Tutorial to get started. 

  • Don’t forget to use the limiters on the left-hand side of the interface to target your search!

  • Tools on the right can help you save, print, and generate citations for sources!

Journal Finder

You can use Journal Finder to find out which individual journals, magazines and newspapers we have at USF. Journal Finder also tells you if we have the journal in print or online or both, and which databases provide access to the journal. Finally, journal finder also shows the dates we have for each title.

To use Journal Finder, just type in the title of the journal, magazine, or newspaper into the search box. (Note: don't type in the title of the individual article!) If we have access to the journal, you will see links to USF's print and/or online holdings. If we don't have access to the journal, you will see "0 records retrieved..."

You can also type in words such as Museum or Museums Studies to search for journals with those words in their titles. Remember, in many cases, access to these journals are provided by databases, so when you are searching in a database, you are searching across many journals at one time. Sometimes it's nice to go directly to a journal, though -- Journal Finder can help us do so!

Multidisciplinary Database options for finding journal articles

You can also search for information in other multidisciplinary or subject databases by looking in the A-Z Database list. Use the search box on the right to search for specific database, such as Academic Search Complete (multidisciplinary database covering journals from a variety of fields) or Art & Architecture or ProQuest One Business (subject databases covering journals in Art and Business fields, respectively).

MCLC Recource Center for Modern Chinese Literature

 

Fusion (Discovery Search, Very Broad): Fusion allows you to search, in one place, almost ALL of the library’s books, journal articles, videos, etc. 

  • Watch this Fusion Tutorial to get started. 

  • Don’t forget to use the limiters on the left-hand side of the interface to target your search!

  • Tools on the right can help you save, print, and generate citations for sources!

 

Use Interlibrary Loan to request articles that are not available at Gleeson. Articles will be scanned and delivered to your ILL account. We will send you an email to let you know that the article is ready for you to read!  ILL requests for journal articles usually take less than a week!

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