2) When You Have a Citation [and are not in a database]
You should already have a citation[here is an example]
1. Use the Journal Titles A-Z search to determine if we have the journal you need online:
2. Type in the name of the journal and then select it by clicking on it's name.
3. Select a full text option, but be careful that the full text contains the year you need:
4. The link will do one of the following:
- Open the article
- Open an abstract of the article [from which you will need to look for the PDF or html of the complete article] click here for example
- Display a table of contents for a journal
NOTE: This example is from an EBSCO Database....not all records will have this format. If yours seems different, just remember to look for a link to the PDF, HTML or the Find It. If there is no Find It link, use the instructions above for Finding Full Text when you Have a Citation.
5. If the journal title does not display, you can look for a print version by searching OneSearch for the title of the journal. Type the name of your journal (not article) in quotes.
- We are having technical issues resulting in what we own not being clearly labelled. So always look for a statement like the one below [Paper: v. 1(1950-v.45(1994)....]
- The word PAPER may not be in the line, just volumes and dates
- This statement is the only indication of what we actually own.
NOTE: Journals in print from 1980- date can be found on 3 South.