Q. I have used a reference for my dissertation topic that has information that fits my study. The name is Cook Alice, who talks about management to
How can I find Cook Alice?
If you are looking for articles by Alice Cook, you can use the search box on the Online Library titled "Library Search." After entering your search, you will want to click on "more search options" next to the search bar, and type in "Cook Alice" under the "Written/created by" field as opposed to the "With these terms" box (you can delete your terms from that box).
Do you know the names of the articles you are looking for? If you have the citations of the articles you are looking for, you can either use the "Library Search" box with the titles, or you can click on the "A-Z of Online Journals" button under "Featured Resources." If you type in the name of the journal the article is in, you will find a list of databases with access to that journal. Simply click on the link to the database (be sure to check the date coverage written next to the link!) then click "search within this publication" and enter the article title. You will then be able to find the articles.
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