Locating print and full text articles
If you have an article citation and you are not in a database:
Use I-Share @ Morris LIbrary to find print and electronic journals
Use the Find E-Journal Database on the Journals page to locate electronic journals
Try Google Scholar to see if the authors have posted full text versions of the article.
If Morris Library doesn't have the print or full text journal, order the article using Interlibrary Loan.
EndNote Basic tutorials
EndNote Basic (the web version of EndNote citation creation software) is available via Web of Science or on the Web at http://endnote.com/basic. Use the Help documentation within the database or one of these resources to get started.
Zotero Quick Start Guide
Zotero is another citation management tool. This freely available software allows you to format citations, save files, attach notes, and insert citations into Word documents. You may sync your Zotero files from one computer to another.
See the Quick Start Guide
CSE style guides
CSE (Council of Science Editors) style is used by many biology journals.
Librarians at the Ohio State University Libraries have created an online guide.
Bedford/St. Martins has also created an online guide.
Morris Library has a copy of the 7th edition of Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers in the First Floor Reference section, call number: T11 .S386 2006 .
Background Information Sources
Find Print and E-Books
Search for print and electronic books, journals, government documents, videos, DVDs, music CDs, and music scores. Request materials from other libraries around the state. Use interlibrary loan for books not available via I-Share (except for required textbooks).
Search I-Share @ Morris Library
Natural Sciences Librarian