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SUNY Geneseo Fraser Hall Library Subject Guides


ENGL 203: Reader & Text: Percival Everett and Intertextuality

Library Instruction for Prof. Beth McCoy

Locating a source from a citation 

  1. Citation Linker is a tool that enables you to locate a source from its citation. If the source you are looking for is available through Milne Library it will take you to the full text of the article or the database that contains it. If Milne Library doesn't have it, then it will show you the options to retrieve source. 
  2. To use Citation Linker, you need to have at least the title of the article, books or journal, author's name and date of publication. However, if it is a journal we encourage that you also include the volume and issue of the journal. 
  3. Citation Linker can be access from the library's homepage (A) or from GLOCAT (B)

(A) 

 

(B)