Answered By: Dena ten Pas
Last Updated: May 29, 2020     Views: 564

There are a few ways to locate an article if you have the citation.

Search Anything:

  1. Click on the following link to begin: Link.
  2. You will see the Search Anything bar.
  3. To the left of the Search Anything bar, select All and change to Articles.
  4. Enter in the title of the article you are looking for,; select Go.
  5. If your article is returned, click on Full Text Online to view and download the article.

Journal by Name:

  1. Click on the following link to begin: Link.
  2. Scroll down toward the bottom of the page, and on the left under Jerry Falwell Library, you will see several columns: My Library, Research, and Contact Us.
  3. Under Research, select Journal by Name.
  4. When the next page loads, type in the name of the Journal where your article is found. Then select the search icon.
  5. If the library subscribes to the journal, you will see one or several records. Select the journal you are looking for from the list of records. If the journal is not available, you will see a message that says, No records found
  6. If we have access to the journal, you should see several hyperlinks where the journal is featured. Simply click on the database of your choice.
  7. Reference the citation information to navigate to the correct year, volume, and issue.

If you are not able to locate the journal or the article, you can request that article through InterLibrary Loan you can find more information on how to do that here.

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