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PSY 360 Family Development: Home

Welcome

This guide was created to help locate and navigate the best resources for your research paper.

Sources required:

A minimum of 5 current (2009 - 2019) scholarly journal articles which report on primary research yielding results in your study area.  Scholarly articles are found in academic journals.  For example, The Journal of Marriage and Family not Psychology Today;

                A minimum of 3 current (2009 - 2019) books on your study area. To locate books use OneSearch.

                One internet site related to your subject;

One face to face interview focused on your study area (this is optional).  If you choose to conduct a face to face interview use the data only minimally and rely more heavily on published scholarly sources. No more than 2 paragraphs should be given to an interview.

Resources

This information is for on-ground students who can pick up materials in person at Concordia University Libraries in Portland, Oregon.

What is interlibrary loan (ILL)?

Interlibrary Loan is a service that allows Concordia students, faculty, and staff to borrow from other libraries if items are not available (in print or online) at Concordia University Libraries.

Concordia University Libraries offers two types of ILL services for on-ground students:

Summit

Summit is regional Interlibrary Loan.  Concordia University is a member of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a network of 38 academic libraries in Oregon, Washington and Idaho that lends books and other physical items through a shared catalog called Summit. Because we are connected by a courier system, Summit requests are received faster than other Interlibrary Loan requests, and you can keep them for up to 6 weeks.

To request items from Summit, use the Library Catalog, aka OneSearch

  1. Sign in, and find an item.
  2. Click Request from Summit.

rdia University Libraries offers two types of ILL services for on-ground students:

Summit

Summit is regional Interlibrary Loan.  Concordia University is a member of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a network of 38 academic libraries in Oregon, Washington and Idaho that lends books and other physical items through a shared catalog called Summit. Because we are connected by a courier system, Summit requests are received faster than other Interlibrary Loan requests, and you can keep them for up to 6 weeks.

To request items from Summit, use the Library Catalog, aka OneSearch

  1. Sign in, and find an item.
  2. Click Request from Summit.
  3. Click the blue Request button.
  4. You will be notified by email when your items are available for pick up.  Summit and ILL items will be held at the front desk for 1 week.  All items that are not picked up in that time frame will be sent back to the lending library. You will have to reorder their items if you do not pick them up in time.

    Traveling?  Check out and return books at any participating Summit library.  More info here: Summit Visiting Patrons

Tipasa

Books that can’t be found in Summit, and all article requests, are filled through Tipasa. This program expands the search to libraries throughout the United States.   

Tipasa is the system used to manage your requests.  In Tipasa you can:

  • See your pending requests
  • View electronically received articles
  • View the items that are checked out to you and their due dates
  • View requests that have been cancelled by you or ILL staff
  • View completed requests
  • View notifications that you have received through email
  • Cancel requests
  • Renew items

Anyone with a current Concordia University account is automatically registered in Tipasa. You can log in to your account using your Concordia credentials here

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