1. Search Find It @ UofSC Libraries with the title of the article in "Articles, books and more" to see if we have it. Surrounding phrases in quotation marks helps. It's also a good idea to sign-in with your UofSC network username and password before searching as more will be searched.
2. Search with the name of the journal. You may still be able to get the article whether it is online or in print. If we have it in print, make a Scan and Deliver request
3. Make an Interlibrary Loan request if we don't have it
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López-Robertson, Julia, and Susan Schramm-Pate. “(Un)official Knowledge and Identity: An Emerging Bilingual’s Journey into Hybridity.” Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching 7.1 (2013): 40–56.
Reynolds, Rema. E. (2015). We’ve been post-raced: An examination of negotiations between race, agency, and school structures Black families experience within “post-racial” schools. Teachers College Record, 117(14), 148–170.
Woodhouse, Chase Mrs. 1932. “May Married Women Teach?” Journal of the American Association of University Women 25 (April): 140–45
Szabo-Reed, Amanda N., et al. “The Influence of Classroom Physical Activity Participation and Time on Task on Academic Achievement.” Translational Journal of the ACSM: June 15, 2019 - Volume 4 - Issue 12 - p 84-95
Want to browse the contents of a particular journal or see the most recent issue? Search Find It with the title of the journal (there's even a Journal Search) to see if we have it in online or in print. Be sure and check all possible options.
If online, there could be a way for you to set up automatic alerts when a new issue comes out. It all depends on the provider.
Problem of Practice Dissertations