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Article, Journal, & Database Searching

Finding Library Resources

Find a specific Article

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There are a number of ways to retrieve the full-text or PDF of an article when you have a citation.

Remember the different parts of a citation, such as:

  • author(s),
  • published year,
  • article title,
  • journal title,
  • volume,
  • issue,
  • doi,
  • and pages. Not necessarily in that order.

Using Citation Linker

Using DOI or PMID

  • Use DOI or PMID to search an article through

Be aware, thess steps may not work for some journal articles!  Have a look at the manual process.

Using Journal name

Do you have the name of the journals?

  • Connect to the e-journals database.
  • Type the journal title in the box in the box provided.
  • Once you have found the correct journal title, follow the links to "archive" or "all articles."
  • Using your desired article's citation, look for the correct year, then the volume and issue.

If you are not able to locate the article, ask for assistance at the LC Deck, or make an ILL request.