How do I locate an article when I know the journal title?
I am trying to find this article: Mammals encounter tougher time, new assessment of species shows: Latest report finds more than a fifth face extinction threat. Science News 174.10 (Nov 8, 2008): 15(1).
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To find an article when you know the journal title:
- Start at the Library's Online Resources Subject List
- Click on E-Journals A-Z.
- Type in the Journal Title--Science News--and click Search.
- If you scroll down to Science News, you will see that a number of databases have access to it. I recommend clicking on the first one, Academic OneFile. (Off-campus, you will need the library number from your Baker ID or the Contact Information page in SOLAR.)
- Now you want to select the year, 2008, then the issue November 8, 2008, Vol. 174, Issue 10.
- There are 46 results. To narrow it down, you can simply type in "mammals" in the Refine Results box.
- Now you have the full-text of the article through a library database.
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