2. Under Resource Type, narrow down to "Articles."
3. If you see the green dot, click on Availability and Request Options and select the resource link that covers the date of the article's citation.
Here's the article!
If the article is not available, use the ILLIAD - Interlibrary Loan Request (about 10 days) link to request the article via ILL.
6. If the article is NOT AVAILABLE, click on the "ILLIAD - Interlibrary Loan Request" link.
NOTE: Articles will be delivered within 2-5 business days, other materials will be delivered usually within 10-15 business days.
7. Log into ILLiad using your my.evergreen.edu login and password.
8. The article information will populate into the ILLiad form. Check that all fields with asterisks have information.
Click "Submit Request."
You will receive an email when your article is ready to be accessed electronically.
Google Scholar (scholar.google.com) searches items that fall under academic resources - book reviews, articles, studies, and more.
On-campus Google Scholar searching for articles:
1. Use the search box (in this guide or go to scholar.google.com)
2. Once the results appear, use the left-hand facets to narrow the results. Also note, items that are available display "[PDF} from ..."
These are items you can access immediately!
3. In this example, you want to see the item: "Geoducks (Panopea abrupta) as isotopic bioarchives of seasonality in the climate of British Columbia."
Click on [PDF] from ebscohost.com and it takes you right to the document!
If you run into any problems accessing something, let us know!
Call the research desk at 360-867-6252 or contact us via our form.
To search Google Scholar from off-campus and to see what items we have available via the Evergreen Library subscriptions, you will need to setup your library preference.
1. From scholar.google.com, choose Settings
2. Choose Library links
3. Enter "evergreen state college" and search
4. Check "The Evergreen State College - Check at Evergreen"
5. Click Save
Now you should see the "Check at Evergreen" prompt next to articles we might have full text access.
The basic search is a keyword search.
To search for a phrase, use quotation marks.
To search for items with at least one or more words or phrases, use OR or NOT.
Use wildcards (? or *) to find all possible results with variations of your search word.
For more searching help, visit Primo Online Help.