This guide will show you how to
- know if a specific journal is available online
- find a specific article in the journal, by article author; title; subject; or date, volume, and issue
- If you are just beginning to look for information about a topic, use a database such as Academic Search Complete or ProQuest Research Library instead.
- If the journal or article isn't available online, ask for help! The Library may have it in print or on microfilm. If not, we can help you get it from another library.
Suppose you want this article:
Esp, J. (2001). "National survey of social work services in schools for the deaf," American Annals of the Deaf, vol. 146, no. 4, p. 320
Follow these steps:
- Use yellow tab "Step 1" to see if the journal is available online
- Decide how you want to find the specific article: by author; title; subject; or date, volume, and issue
- Click the appropriate yellow tab and follow the steps listed there