Answered By: Circulation Newman Library
Last Updated: May 26, 2020     Views: 143

Start by pasting just the article's title in our Discovery Search box on our home page. Switch the search type to Just Articles and by Title. If we have access, it should be in the first few results.

If you have an article citation (article title, journal title, article author, date, volume, issue, page number, etc), you can enter this information in our Article Linker to see if the article is available to you online or in print.

If the article is not available online or in print, you'll get a link to request the article through ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan).

Still need help? Did you find the article in question in a database? Look for the Get VText button or link, get vtext, near the article citation to immediately access the same options as above.

Please also visit our Off Campus Access page for information about Accessing Library Resources Off Campus.

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