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Using Yewno Discover: Exploring and Accessing Documents

This is a guide to using the conceptual mapping tool "Yewno Discover."

Exploring and Accessing Documents

When you have selected a concept for inspection, click "Documents" in the left side bar to display a list of documents related to that concept.

 

You can refine the list displayed under “Documents” by using the “Filter” menu to select a particular document type or date range.

 

 Clicking on the sidebar entry for any document will show an expanded display for the document, with the name of the author and publisher, a longer text snippet, and access links at the top and / or bottom of the sidebar display. 

 

At the top of the sidebar display, a link labeled “Find full text at your library” may allow you to access the document directly through DU’s catalog or subscriptions. (This link does not always work, and may not be present in all cases.)

 

 

At the bottom of the sidebar display, links under “Document Source” allows you to access the document through DU’s subscriptions, unless the document falls outside the scope of our subscription resources (in which case you may encounter a paywall).

 

 

If you cannot access the document through the links at the top or bottom of the sidebar display, you may need to copy the title and search for it in Compass, Google Scholar, Worldcat, or another database, depending on the type of document it is.