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How do I find books and articles?

What is the difference between PubMed and MEDLINE?

MEDLINE is a subset of the records found in PubMed.  However, using MEDLINE as part of the Web of Science gives you tools for advanced and citation searching.

How do I find the full text of an article if I have a reference/citation?

      Use the Citation Search. (Link found on the "Articles" tab on the Library home page.)

  • If we do not have access to the full text you will be given the opportunity to place an ILLiad request.

How do I find out if the library has access to a journal?

      Search using Journal Finder. (Link found on the "Journals" tab on the Library home page.)

How do I get a book that is not owned by Buswell?

      You can request a book through i-Share or ILLiad from the detail results screen when you search from the library home page

  • i-Share requests are for books only.  Requests go directly to consortia member libraries.  This is typically faster than an ILLiad request. 
    • You will need to have an i-Share account. You will be prompted to create one the first time you make a request if you don't have one.  (Create an i-Share account now.)  This is DIFFERENT from your campus computer network account.
  • ILLiad is the name for Buswell's interlibrary loan.  You can request books and articles. 
    • You will be prompted to enter some information (e.g. CPO address) the first time you make a request. 
    • Use your campus computer network account and password (the same as you use to log in to MyWheaton.)

How do I get a journal article that I cannot access through Buswell?

      Articles can be requested through ILLiad. 

  • Use the "Find it @ Wheaton" button found in most databases.  If Buswell Library does not have access to full text, you have the option to place and ILLiad request.
    • You will be prompted to set up an account the first time you make a request. 
    • Articles are delivered electronically, you will get an email when a request is available.
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Other software tools

Reference Management Software


Statistical Analysis Software

IRB information

Contact Brian Hunt brian.hunt@wheaton.edu if you have any questions about the IRB process.

Research Help

Terry Huttenlock
Contact:
Office: Buswell, 152
630-752-5352