WorldCat Discovery helps patrons easily find and get resources available at your library and in libraries worldwide through a single search of WorldCat and familiar, authoritative e-content collections.TIU WorldCat Discovery will show us resources in our library collection, i-Share collection, and then WorldCat library collections. WorldShare requests can be easily placed as well. Access is possible for both on and off campus. TIU credentials are required to place a WorldShare request.
1. When requesting from a database, look for "Request this item through WorldShare" button to click. After getting authenticated, the article information will be filled automatically. For more information, view here.
2. When creating a request manually, look for WorldShare account link on the library homepage:
Click the "Create request" button:
Choose "scan" option for article request:
Fill in the article information and submit the request:
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Open Educational Resource(s) refers to educational resources including textbooks and supplementary materials that are either in the public domain or under a license that allow them to be freely used, modified, or shared with others.
These databases will be most helpful for Chemistry research. Journal articles and essays (book chapters) can be found searching these.
For a complete list of our databases, click here.
Some example Journal titles from our library catalog:
For browsing article titles (request articles through WorldShare):
AMA is the style of the American Medical Association and is published as the AMA Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors. A copy may be found in the library at R119 .A533 2007. AMA style is followed primarily by Biology, Chemistry and Health Science majors at Trinity College.
A quick citation guide may be found on the Purdue Owl.