Answered By: Kathryn Park Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 26
We have many books on writing but none specifically on journaling. However, there are many full text articles on journaling available form our databases.To get the articles:
- Go to the Databases libguide.
- Select All EBSCO from the pull down menu and click on GO, then continue.
- Type in journaling.
- To narrow down, click on Subject on the left side of the page and select Journal writing.
- You can also choose Full Text to narrow down.
- Now you just have to decide which articles you like best.
You needed the book today, but with sufficient time, we can help you find and get books we don't own for our students in two ways:
COM students, faculty and staff are eligible for the TexShare card which entitles the user to certain borrower privileges at other Texas academic and public libraries. To see if a library participates in the program, and to read their lending policy, please view the list at the libraries and catalogs link.This is generally much quicker than ILL.
COM Library offers Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to the students, faculty and staff of College of the Mainland. ILL basically involves COM Library requesting materials from other libraries. Keep in mind that ILLs can take 2-6 weeks. It can take longer depending on availability and other factors, and there is no guarantee that you will get the item requested. Requesting ILLs during summer sessions is generally not practical. There is no cost to the patron. If the only way to obtain an item is for a fee, COM Library will contact you to inform you of the cost, and ask how you wish to proceed.
See the Find & Get Items From Other Libraries libguide (link below) for more information.
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