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Access the form below to enter your responses for today's exercise.
The first step in analyzing your periodical is to determine what type of publication you have selected. Periodical can be scholarly, popular or trade publications. Use the chart below to determine the type of source.
Analyze your periodical using the links below.
Ulrichsweb This link opens in a new window
Use Ulrich's to find information such as publication history, audience, and reviews. Please log off when you are done-- the number of simultaneous users is limited.
Google This link opens in a new window
Next, use google to find the publication website. Use the website to find out more about the publisher and the slant/bias of the publication.
Find Journals & Magazines This link opens in a new window
Use the SCU Journal Finder to determine what issues are available through the library.
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