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Latin American Cuisine Concentration: Finding Articles

Articles in Magazines & Journals

Periodicals are any published materials that come out periodically, that is on a regular basis, daily, weekly, monthly, etc.  These include newspapers, magazines, trade and professional journals, and scholarly research journals.

The articles in periodicals can be located by searching online Databases that are subscribed to by the Library. Many of these databases include the full-text of articles. 

If our Library does not have an article you are looking for, we can get it for you thru Interlibrary Loan (ILL).  We will email the digital copy (pdf) of the article to you directly.  ILL is a FREE service for all currently enrolled students, faculty and staff.
Online ILL Article Request form

For more on the different types of periodicals see this chart:  Scholarly Magazines vs. Popular Magazines vs. Trade Journals

Search Articles

Omnivore ArticleSearch

 
Omnivore OneSearch Help Guide                    Advanced Search

Databases ~ EBSCO

Limit Your Results

Featured Databases

Off-campus access
Most online resources on the Library website are available from anywhere off-campus.
Some databases will prompt you to login. Use your culinary email username and password that you use for the portal, Moodle, etc.

Tips for Database Searching

Searching is a process, you will try one search, evaluate your results, modify your strategy and try again.

  • Start with simple keyword searching
     
  • Use the Database Options to Refine or Limit and narrow your search
     
  • LIMITS include;
    • Scholarly & Peer Review
    • Full-Text
    • Date of Publication
    • Format or Document Type e.g. article, book review, letter to editor
       
  • Evaluate an article by reading the Abstract or summary.
     
  • Review your results to identify concepts & terminology that can help improve your search results.
     
  • Look at Subject Headings & Descriptors, standard vocabulary terms that describe the contents of articles
     
  • Use the Advanced Search screen to mix and match keywords and subjects and more.

Advanced Search Tips

Phrase Searches    
Search for complete phrases by enclosing them in quotation marks. Words enclosed in double quotes will appear together in all results exactly as typed, e.g. "culinary science", "fast casual"

Truncation & Wildcards *  
The asterisk ('*') matches non-space characters, starting at the specified position in the word. For example, "farm*" will match "farm", "farmer", "farmed", "farming", "farmworker", "farmhouse", etc.

Boolean Operators
Use AND or OR to specify multiple words in any field, any order. Use AND NOT to exclude words.

  • stocks AND sauces {search results must have both terms}
  • stocks OR sauces {must have at least one of the terms}
  • stocks NOT sauces {must have first term and must not include second term}
  • Use the Database Tools to Email, Save & Cite articles.

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