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Resources by format

Here are listed guides for finding materials based on their formats.

Finding the full text of an article depends on what information you currently have:

Complete article citation

Use the Article Linker when you have a complete citation, including the journal title or ISSN, the volume/issue/number, page numbers and publication date. Enter all of your citation information in the Article Linker form (the numerical parts of your citation, including the date, are most important). You will hopefully get a link to the article online, or at least a link to the journal that contains the article (drill down using the articles volume, issue and page number to get to the specific article).

When print or microform copies of the journal are in our collection, links to the catalog record for these formats will be listed; you'll need to click through these links to see exactly which dates and volumes are available. Remember, you can use the ILLiad service to have articles from print journals scanned for you.

Finally, if neither online nor print access is available, use the link at the bottom to request the article from interlibrary loan.

Incomplete article citation

Abbreviated journal title

Searching for articles on a topic

Searching for articles within a specific journal