Navigating the Fielding Library (PowerPoint) – This slideshow illustrates the basics of how to get started using Fielding’s Library.
Quick Reference Guides – How to use the library:
LibKey Nomad Set-Up Guide (Word) (PDF) — Follow the instructions in this guide to download the LibKey Nomad Chrome extension. This tool allows you to visit publisher websites and be notified when Fielding has full-text access to a work.
Quick Reference Guides – Doing research:
Creating Alerts (Word) (PDF) — Want to receive an email when a new issue of a journal comes out or when a new article related to your research is added to a database? View this guide to learn how to create alerts.
Mini Search Tip Cheat Sheet (PDF) — A condensed version of the search tip cheat sheet perfect for printing out and taping to your desk as a reminder! Just print the form and fold or cut in half.
Research Worksheet (PDF) — Use this fillable PDF worksheet to brainstorm and strategize how to find resources on your topic of interest.
Publishing Tips (Word) (PDF) — Check out these ideas about locating journals in which to publish an article (and how to avoid predatory publishers). This is not an exhaustive list, but just a few ideas to get you started.
Fielding Library Writing Resources Guide (Word) (PDF) — A list of useful writing resources available full-text in the Fielding library. Includes an appendix explaining how to access these resources and discover more.
Copyright Resources (Word) (PDF) — This document contains information about copyright and obtaining permissions. It is not meant to replace legal advice and should not be taken as such, but is intended to link you out to resources to help you comply with copyright law.
You can also view the FASTsearch tutorial videos or email the library with any questions.
Tests and Measures (PowerPoint) — This simple slideshow illustrates how to locate various tests and measures using the Fielding library.
PsycBOOKS Full Text (Word) (PDF) — Having trouble accessing the full-text of an item in the PscyBOOKS database? This brief document uses simple screenshots to illustrate another way to access full-text.