Find A Journal.
|How do I...find a journal article?
When I know the full citation, including journal title...
|1. From the Library Catalog, click on the blue oval labeled "Journal Title".|
|2. Type the name of the journal, newspaper, or magazine in the text box labeled: Title begins with. For example, if you need the article "Johnny Ramone, 55" from Newsweek from September 27, 2004, type Newsweek in the box.|
|3. Click on Search. For our Newsweek example, we would get the following results|
|4. Click on the entry that contains your date.|
|5. If the library does not subscribe to the periodical, you will get a screen that says "Sorry, this search returned no results." You can request a copy through Interlibrary Loan: http://lib3.utpa.edu/screens/ill.html. For more information on how to request materials through Interlibrary Loan, go here.|
by vcarrillo — last modified 01-16-2013 15:42