Databases often allow you to download articles directly--but if they don't, that doesn't mean we don't have it. If you don't see a full-text option, click the button next to the citation. The window that opens will tell if the library owns a print or electronic copy.
If we don't have an item, you can request it via our Interlibrary Loan service. Using the Interlibrary Loan link in the Find It @ GSU window will fill out all the information for you.
Ineractive tutorials and guides on searching mathematics and statistics databases.
Search Alerts notify you by e-mail when a stored search retrieves new results on a daily, weekly or monthly basis (depending on the database). Not all databses have alerts. Generally, one performs a search and then saves the search (e.g., in the Search History) to create the alert.
By setting up an Author Citation Alert once, users will receive a notification each time the author(s) work has been cited in a database.
Use these databases to search for scholarly, peer-reviewed articles on mathematics, statistics, and related disciplines.
You can set up Google Scholar to include "Full Text@GSU" links for accessing library resources off-campus.
1. Go to Google Scholar when you're signed into Google.
2. Click on "Settings."
3. Click on "Library Links" and type "Georgia State University" to select the University.
4. Click on "Save."
Not all scientific information is published in journals. If you're looking for everything written on a topic, especially recent developments, check these sources to find conference papers, meeting proceedings, and dissertations.