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International Environmental Policy

Getting Started: Background Information

Finding Scholarly Information

See a list of all article databases via the Library Homepage  --  Research  --  Databases A-Z.

Check the Subject Guides (linked from the Library Homepage in the Research area ) for other recommended databases for this and other subject areas.

Subject-specific Databases: Political Science / Policy

Subject-specific Databases: Sciences

Multi-disciplinary Databases

Finding Popular Information (News and Magazines)

Finding Policy/Legal Information from Environmental/Governmental Organizations' Websites

INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

DOMESTIC GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

Other Nations

NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS, THINK TANKS, AND OTHER SELECTED SITES

How do I get the full text of my article?

To get the full text of an article, consider the following options:

- If you are in Encompass Search or a library database, look for "Check for Full Text buttons," "Access Online," or "Check eResources" buttons. These buttons will take you the full text of the article or tell you that the full text cannot be found. If the full text is not available from Trexler Library, look for buttons to request the item from another library via interlibrary loan. Or go directly to the interlibrary loan request forms.

- If you have citation information for the article (i.e., journal title, article title, publication year, etc.), type the information about your article in Encompass Search on the library website. If the library subscribes to the full text, you will be directed to the article (see first bullet above). If not, you can request a copy of the article via interlibrary loan.

- If Trexler Library does not have access to the full text of the article, search Google Scholar by article title to see if the author has made a copy freely available online. If not, you can request a copy of the article via interlibrary loan.

Citing Your Sources

 

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