Goitia, F. (1918). Native Dance. Modern Latin American Art: University of Texas. Austin, TX. Retrieved from ARTstor.
Articles are found by searching library Databases. Understanding these databases will allow you to more easily use any databases.
To access the DSU library databases, you need to first go to the library home page, your gateway for academic research. Do you remember how to do this? From the Library Home Page (http://library.dixie.edu/), select Article Databases
The library databases allow searching multiple periodicals at one time and often include the full-text of articles. Even though the library’s article databases are accessible through the Internet, they are not freely available. These are licensed databases meaning that each library pays for a specific number of users based on its population group (number of students for an academic library or number of residents for a public library).
To access the DSU databases from the library home page, select Article Databases
The Subject List divides the specialized databases by the discipline most likely to use them. If after you’ve searched the General / Multi-Subject databases and still want to look for more information on a dance topic, for example, you might look in the databases that focus specifically on dance.