The following icons are used in the databases lists:
|Limited simultaneous users.|
|Open access content.|
|Contains multimedia content such as music or video.|
|Contains statistics / data.|
Using Library of Congress sub-divisions can lead to more precise searching. Here are some examples for Education:
--Study and teaching "If you could have only one subdivision for education topics --Study and teaching would be it because it serves both people wanting to learn a subject and people wanting to teach a subject. Use this terminology instead of the expected "teaching methods." EX: foreign language -- study and teaching
--Instruction and study
--Education "Refers to works on education provided for groups of people."
--Knowledge and learning "Used to describe the education, formal or informal, that an individual receives"
--Training of "For methods of instructing occupational groups 'to prepare them for employment'
TEACHING AND LEARNING
--Problems, exercises "'Compilations of practice problems or exercises'"
--Curricula "What to teach and plans for teaching it"
--Evaluation "Used to cover both the methods of assessment and the results themselves"
SCHOOLS (All levels)
--Alumni and alumnae
* From the book Magic search: Getting the best results from your catalog and beyond/Kornegay, R.S. et al. (2009). Chicago: American Library Association.
For more reading about Library of Congress sub-divisions in searching, read Magic search (REF Z695.Z8 L523 2009) at the Fordham Westchester Library.
For clinical literature, see Databases/Articles at the top of the guide to find these articles.
To find studies, paste this string of terms into an additional search bar in the database you are using:
Document Delivery Service
The Document Delivery Service allows Fordham University faculty and graduate students to obtain email delivery of journal articles not available electronically through the Fordham databases but which are available in print in the library.
This service was established to allow faculty, and now students, to request and receive research materials with proper copyright clearance via their Fordham email accounts.