Q. 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).


To find an article when you know the journal title: 

  1. Start at the Online Resources.
  2. Click on E-Journals A-Z.
  3. Type in the Journal Title--Science News--and click Search.
  4. 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.)
  5. Now you want to select the year, 2008, then the issue November 8, 2008, Vol. 174, Issue 10.
  6. There are 46 results.  To narrow it down, you can simply type in "mammals" in the Refine Results box.
  7. Now you have the full-text of the article through a library database.

Thank you for using ASK US.  If you need further assistance please contact your Campus Librarians.

  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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