Includes the following databases: The Index to Film Periodicals allows detailed searching of a third of a million records contained in the database including comprehensive television periodical indexing until 2000 and TV related articles from film periodicals continue to be indexed; The Treasures from the Film Archives database contains credits and holdings information for more than 40,500 silent-era films (features, short films, actualities and fictional works) in the collections of the major international film archives; The Documentation Collections database contains comprehensive information about the world's foremost film archives, libraries, and educational institutions; The FIAF Members' Publications search allows you to find detailed information on books, pamphlets, programmes, and other materials published since 1966 by FIAF archives.
It includes the following U.S. Congressional materials: members and committees, bills, laws, hearing transcripts, committee prints, documents, the Congressional Record, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Code, and Congressional Research Service reports.
The PsycINFO database covers the professional and academic literature in psychology and related disciplines including medicine, psychiatry, nursing, sociology, education, pharmacology, physiology, linguistics, and other areas. PsycINFO's coverage is world
When you have the citation for an article, and you'd like to locate the full-text, try the following options.
From within a database, select UILink to be guided to full-text options, including print copies and interlibrary loan/document delivery services.
Under Find Resources (above), select e-journals and search for the journal/magazine/newspaper title in your citation. InfoLink will guide you to full-text options.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Books, journal articles, and other research materials not owned by the University of Iowa Libraries can usually be borrowed from other libraries.
Copies of journal articles and book chapters from a title held in any University of Iowa library (with the exception of Law and the Curriculum Lab) can be scanned and delivered to your desktop.