Answered By: Jeremy McGinniss
Last Updated: Dec 07, 2023     Views: 586

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


  1. Navigate to the main library website at
  2. Once the above link is selected, look above the Find Resources search bar and select Articles.
  3. Enter the title of the article you are looking for into the search bar, then select Search to view your results.
  4. If your article is returned, click on Full Text Online to view and download the article.

Journal by Name:

  1. Navigate to the main library website at
  2. Once the above link is selected, select Journal Titles below the search bar under the Find Resources section.
  3. In the search bar at the top of the new page, enter the title of the journal you are searching for, then click the search icon.
  4. If the library subscribes to the journal, you will see one or several results. Select the journal you are looking for from the list of results. If no results are found, you will see a message that says, No records found.
  5. After you select your journal from the search results, on the next page look for a section labeled View Online and Full Text Availability. Underneath that heading will be a list of links to databases that host your journal. Select a database to access the journal.
  6. Reference your citation information to navigate to the correct year, volume, and issue, or search within the journal for the article title.

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.

If you have additional questions, please contact us at (434) 582-2220 or email us at