Q. How do I find an article if I have the citation?

Answer

First, enter the article title into the Almost Everything or Article Search tab on the library homepage. 

If that doesn’t bring up your article:

  1. ​Search for the journal title. 
  2. In the results, choose an option that includes the date from your citation.
  3. This should bring you to the journal's own webpage, where you can navigate to "Past Issues" or "Archives."
  4.  Select the year and issue listed in your citation, and find the article you need by page number or title. 

For a short, step-by-step video tutorial see Finding A Specific Journal Article

If you aren't sure which is the journal title and which the article title in the citation, refer to one of our citation style guides. 

If UNE Library Services does not provide access to the journal issue you need, use interlibrary loan to request a copy of the article. You will receive articles as .pdf files (usually) within 1-2 business days. 

 

  • Last Updated Sep 05, 2019
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  • Answered By Bobby Gray

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