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SpecificArticle_EJ_Spring16

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This tutorial will show you how to find the full text of a specific article. First, locate the journal title and year in your citation. If your citation has a DOI or PubMed ID, you may also make note of those. Go to the Libraries homepage and click on the down arrow next to catalog to view the dropdown menu. Then click on Journals You may either search for the journal title here or click on Citation Search, which is what I will demonstrate. Scroll down to the journal search box. If you have a DOI or Pubmed ID, you may enter those instead, but only use one search box. Add the journal title in the journal search box. Then hit enter or return on your keyboard to search. Scroll down to locate your journal title from the available options. You may limit your results to only those with online access over on the left. You may also see what types of access we have by clicking on the availability tab. Click on the title to continue. The catalog record page displays the options for viewing full text online and in print. To get the full text, look at the options under Online Access. Confirm that your journal volume is included by looking at the years of coverage. Note, the most recent year of publication may not be available. Click on the appropriate link to access your journal. This is a page for your journal. You may locate your article by either browsing for your journal issue or by searching within this publication, which is what I will demonstrate. Search for your article by entering the article title into the second search box. Select “Title” from the drop-down menu, then click search. The entry for your article should be here. Click on PDF Full Text to save a copy of your article. This is the PDF of your article. Click on the icon in the grey bar to save a copy. This may look different depending on the browser. You may see an arrow in the upper-right to download. If there is not full text access to your journal, return to the catalog record page to look a print version. Or, you may Request a Copy through Interlibrary Loan to have an electronic version provided to you. Remember: Use the journals dropdown and Citation Search to find your journal. Select an option under Online Access. Request a Copy or look for the print version if full text is unavailable.

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Posted by: ejacks on Feb 23, 2016

SpecificArticle_EJ_Spring16

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