Answered By: ESC Sara Last Updated: Oct 31, 2023 Views: 441
To find a specific article in our library, you have two options:
1) Using quotation marks around the title, type it into the OneSearch box on the library homepage. Note, though, that not all of the library's content is indexed in OneSearch.
If the article does not show up in your search results, try the following:
2) On the library homepage, choose E-Journals A-Z.
- Type the JOURNAL title, NOT the article title into the search field, and click Search. If you do not know which journal published the article, use a search engine to search for the article title. The search results should give you the full citation information.
- If we have full text for that journal, you will see it listed in the search results. Click Go to Full-Text below the title.
- You will see a list of any databases in our collection which house full text for this journal.
- Click the database that has the year you need (from the citation information you identified above).
- Once in the database record for the journal, use the menus provided to navigate to the correct year/volume/issue, or look for a "Search within this publication" feature to search for the article by title.
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