Q. If I put the exact name of an article into a search, why does it not automatically come up?

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When entering an article's title into a search, there are a number of reasons it may not come up as the first result.  One reason is it will depend on whether or not the Baker library has full-text access to that article. 

Many articles are separated in two parts by a colon; try placing only the first half of the title into the Baker Library Search and see if that helps.

If you need further assistance locating materials, please contact your Campus Librarians.

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  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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  • Answered By Patrick Mullane

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