Ways to Find Articles
Do you know the database you need to search?
- Find Databases – Browse databases by name, subject or type.
Not sure what database will fit your topic best?
- Subject Guides – Browse a library guide written for your subject which identifies key databases and other research starting points.
- ProQuest Central – Search across multiple full-text databases on the ProQuest platform.
- Academic Search Premier – Search this research database that covers many topics.
Have an article citation (partial or full) or just a journal title?
- Find Articles By Citation – If you have a fairly complete citation, try entering the information into this form. The form will try to find a match in the Library's collection.
- Find Journals – Search by journal title or browse by subject. Then look for a link to the contents of the online journal. If the journal is a title we have in print, head to the shelf.
Still not finding what you need?
- Request From Interlibrary Loan – Order your article from another library.
- Ask Us! – A librarian is here to help you.
Find Article By Citation
Find Article By Citation — If you have a fairly complete citation and the Library has access to the article, this service will attempt to find it for you.
Search by Article DOI