Answered By: Beth Bloom Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016 Views: 18
ERIC yields two types of documents: EJs (or ERIC journals) and EDs (or ERIC documents). In your case, you found an EJ, or journal. When you locate an EJ, you have to check to see if we subscribe to that journal, ERIC does not provide direct links to its journals at Seton Hall. So in this case, you have to see if SHU subscribes to the journal Learning Disabilities Quarterly for the year 2009.
In order to do that, go to the library home page and click on the EJournals link above the search box. Type in the title of your publication (Learning Disabilities Quarterly) and see if it is listed in our holdings and if so, which databases and years are covered.
You will see that we get the journal in at least eight databases. Choose one of the databases in the list, open it and click on 2009 and the appropriate issue (3). Choose the desired article and read or download it.
I have sent you the article, but please note that you can do this yourself from anywhere in the world, as long as you have a Seton Hall ID and password.
Professor Beth Bloom