E-books are real books, you are simply reading an electronic version of them.
Off-campus, you will need to log in with Baker's two-step authentication to access the online resources.
Limit search on the Online Resources:
Look for e-mail and download options.
Do you have an abstract or citation?
Type the Journal Title into
You'll get a list of databases with full text access to your journal.
If you still can't find the article, submit a request for a copy of the full article.
How do I choose a database?
Choose from the databases listed on the Articles page of this Guide or visit the Guide to Online Resources.
When searching for sources, remember to evaluate the information you find.
Keep in mind the 5 W's:
What is plagiarism?
Plagiarism is an act of academic dishonesty, whereby an author's original ideas, interpretations, conclusion, or other observations are used without granting proper credit in the citation.
What is considered plagiarism?
How to avoid plagiarism?