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I need to find a specific article. I know when & where it was published. What do I do now?

Last Updated: Jul 24, 2015  |  82 Views
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If you have a complete article citation or at least know the name of the journal in which the article appeared and the title (or author) of the specific article, you may want to start by searching the E-Journal Portal for the journal. This is how you'll know which database(s) include the journal in which your article appeared, and then you can search by title or author within that content.

Watch the video embedded below for a demonstration.

As always, if you have any questions or need help finding a specific article, you are encouraged to ask a librarian

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