Requests will not be filled prior to the Library receiving a signed agreement from the patron.
1. After registration, the Library will give you the LIBID code you will need to obtain your userid and password for the LoansomeDoc service.
2. Once you receive your LIBID code from us, you may then go to the LoansomeDoc website to officially register as a user. Please be sure to select 'yes' when asked if you would like to 'authorize [the] ordering library to obtain articles from other libraries...' so that we may request the item through interlibrary loan if necessary.
If you have previously registered for LoansomeDoc, you may access your account here.
Consider these five criteria when evaluating the credibility of a journal article.
Is the document author or site sponsor clearly identified?
Does the site provide contact information for the author or sponsor?
2. Objectivity or clear disclosure of advocacy
Is the site's purpose clear (for example, to inform, entertain or persuade)
Is the site explicit about declaring its point of view?
Does the site indicate whether it is directed toward a specific audience?
Are the topics covered by the site clear?
Does the site exhibit a suitable depth and comprehensiveness for its purpose?
Is sufficient evidence provides to support the ideas and options presented?
Are the sources of information stated?
Do the facts appear to be accurate?
Can you verify this information by comparing this source with other sources in the field?
Are the dates included in the website?
Is the information current, or at least still relevant for the site's purpose? For you purpose?
Ramage, Bean and Johnson. The Allyn and Bacon Guide to Writing. 5th Ed. Boston: Pearson Education, Inc., 2009: 602.