Answered By: Jonas Baker
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Q: How do I look for journal articles?
Answered by: Jonas Baker

To search across most of the library's databases at once, use Quicksearch Articles+.

Detailed information on searching Articles+ can be found on the Articles+ Support page.

Note: Quicksearch Articles+ searches many of the library's databases at once, but it does not search everything. If there is a specific article you need, it is best to search for the journal by title. Once you have located the journal, you will see one or more databases that will give you electronic access. Check the date ranges for each database and then select the database that offers access to the year the article was written. Once in the database, search for the article.

Still have questions? E-mail your Personal Librarian or watch the short videos below.

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