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Q. I have a citation. Where can I find the article?

Answered By: Beth Juhl
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2016     Views: 15

If you have a citation or DOI for a specific article, you can use our Article Finder tool to determine if the Libraries has that journal online.

If you only have a partial citation, or if you need to browse the articles in a particular journal, go to our library catalog and select journal title. Type in the name of the journal, not the title of the article. You can also check our E-Journals A-Z list.

If your citation contains an abbreviation for the journal name, try spelling the full title out in your search. Don't know what the abbreviation stands for? Ask a Librarian.

If your search finds a match in our catalog, you will see information about years and formats (paper, electronic, microfiche, etc.) of the journal that we own.

If your journal search retrieves no results, we may be able to borrow the article for you through Interlibrary Loan. It is a good idea to ask a librarian to double-check to make sure we do not own the item.

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