Answered By: Kealin McCabe
Last Updated: Jul 31, 2017     Views: 112

There are 2 methods you can use to find an article when you have a full citation.

Method 1: General Search

Method 2: Search the Journal (scroll down)

Method 1: General Search

Type the title of the journal article into the General Search search box.

If the item is available in Full-Text, click Full-Text

Method 2: Search the Journal

Here is a full description of how you can locate an article when you have a full citation:

APA

Murphy, A. (2007). History in the Sikh past. History and Theory, 46(3), 345-365.

Step 1: Search title of the journal in the library catalogue

Step 2: Select the title of the journal from the results list.

Step 3: Click online resource 

Step 4: Select database that has the year of publication of your article. Make sure you choose a database with a date range that includes the year of publication of your article. In this example it is 2007 and all of these databases will provide you with access.

Step 5: Select the volume and the issue

Scroll until you find your article, either by title or page number.

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