Answered By: askalibrarian askalibrarian Last Updated: Aug 16, 2016 Views: 9
Hi Nicole (Again),
I just replied to your earlier message. Let's do another example:
Paratore, J. (2000). Grouping for Instruction in literacy: What we've learned about what works and what doesn't. The California Reader, 33, 2-10.
This is a citation of a journal article. The article "Grouping for Instruction in literacy: What we've learned about what works and what doesn't" is published in the The California Reader journal, in volume 33, pages 2-10.
Does this make sense? The library has access to The California Reader electronic journal, but only to volume 42 and later. So, if you need the full text article, you will need to request it through our ILLiad program.
Let us know if you have further questions.