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Find Articles & Journals

There are many different ways to find journal articles.  The library subscribes to hundreds of indexes and databases, some of which contain full-text articles and some of which contain the abstracts of articles.  We also subscribe to many individual journals online and in print.

Articles

Library OneSearch - searches most (but not all) of the journals, indexes, and databases that the library subscribes to.  Here you can also find some articles from journals that the library does not subscribe to.  Those can be requested through InterLibrary Loan.

By Name of Journal or Name of Database - start here if you already know the name of the journal or database from which you want to get an article.

Google Scholar - a Google seach that is limited to scholarly literature.  Here you can find some articles that the library subscribes to as well as a lot that we don't.

Journals

Journal Locator - search or browse the list of journals that the library subscribes to.  Here you can search for a journal by name or browse the list of journals by subject.

Requesting articles that the library does not have

If you find an article that you would like access to but the library does not have it in print or online full text, you can request it through InterLibrary Loan (ILL).

 

Not sure where to begin? Contact a librarian with a question or make an appointment with a reference librarian for in-depth assistance.