Q. How do I locate an article when I am given a citation?

Answer

To find the article, here are a couple of options: 

  • E-Journals A-Z is a list of full-text journal titles in our online databases and print journals subscribed to at Baker campus libraries.
    1. Search for the journal by title.
    2. If the title is available in this list, location will be displayed: it will either be the name of the database or the notation Baker Print Collection. 
    3. Verify the holdings information and click the link to open the database.
    4. Follow on-screen instructions to choose the issue, display contents and locate the article.
  • If the citation already gives you the name of the database from the Online Resources list:
    1. Go to the database directly
    2. Search for the journal title using publication search or journal name or source search.
    3. Follow the on-screen instructions to choose the issue, display contents and locate the article.

Watch for additional short-cut instructions (e.g. Search within results) to get to the article quickly.

For further assistance contact your campus librarians.

  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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