Use the 'Select a Field (optional)' drop down menu to select 'SO Journal Title/Source' to search for keywords in the Journal/Source.
This options helps you:
After you've completed a search, you'll notice each search result has 'Subject Terms' listed underneath. These are tagged subjects added to resources to tell you what the resource is about.
Use a subject term as an additional search term by choosing 'SU Subject Terms' in the 'Select a Field (optional)' drop down menu.
Abstract is another good place to search for your keywords.
Mix and match search strategies - it will take multiple searches to uncover what you need.
Once you have found a helpful article, citation chaining can lead you to additional articles on the same topic.
Backward citation chaining: Look at the citations of your original article to find the articles
Use the Library's Journals A-Z to see if we have access to the journal you are looking for.
Forward citation chaining: Find more recent articles on the same topic by finding articles that cite your original article.
Google Scholar is a great resource for forward citation chaining. Search for your original article and click on the 'Cited by' button under the abstract.
Note: If does CapU Library does not have an article you've found through backwards or forwards citation chaining, you can access the article through an Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Fill out the ILL form below and we will find the article at another library and email it to you.