The Library has a new and enhanced eJournal Finder! If you haven’t used the eJournal Finder before, it is a tool that helps you find Wheelock subscriptions to journals and the articles within them. The new Finder looks a little different, but the functionality will remain very familiar, with additional improvements over the previous one. You can access it through the Library homepage by going to the eJournal Finder tab.
Try searching for Journal of Social Work Education. In your Search Results, you can go to one of the databases where full text is available for this journal. For many of the journals, you can search within that journal.
The Search within Publication feature is incredibly handy. You can put in something as general as the term, “elementary schools” to find Journal of Social Work Education articles related to “elementary schools”. You can also search for a specific article title, like “MSW students’ attitudes toward transracial adoption”. This saves you several steps over the previous eJournal finder. Here is what you will immediately get when you run this second search:
This new eJournal Finder means you will also have to update your Google Scholar library links. For those who don’t know what Google Scholar’s library links do: it finds full text from Wheelock subscriptions in your Google Scholar results.
Go to scholar.google.com and select Settings.
On the next page, select Library Links.
Under Library Links, search for Wheelock. Select everything that says Wheelock.