Answered By: Laura Galas
Last Updated: May 08, 2020     Views: 348

Q: There is a specific article I need but I don't know how to search for it. What should I do? (Orbis)
Answered by: Laura Galas

If there is a specific article you need, the best way to find it is to go through our online catalog, Orbis. Follow the steps outlined below to find the full text article:

Make sure you have a full citation for the article you wish to access:

Ordun, Guven, and Asli Akun. "Personality Characteristics and Emotional Intelligence Levels of Millenials: A Study in Turkish Context." Journal of Economic and Social Studies, vol. 6, no. 1, 2016, pp. 125.


Identify the journal title. Here, the journal is called Journal of Economic and Social Studies. Type this title into the search box in Orbis and select "Journal Title" from the drop down menu to the right.


Select the online version of the journal you wish to access. Please note that all online resources will put "Electronic Resource" or "Online" in the title.


From the record, you will see a hyperlink that says "Full Text." Click this link.


It will connect you to a list of databases that will give you access to the online journal. Please note that different databases may provide access to different issues of the online journal. Here, we see that "Business Source Complete" will give you access issues that were published from 3/1/2011 to Present. Click on the "Business Source Complete" link to connect to the database.


Now that you are connected to the database, one easy way to access the article you need is using date facets to drill down to the issue you need.

This article was published in the Spring 2016 issue.

Click the link to connect. You will pull up a list of all articles in the issue. You will either be able to read the full text online or download the PDF.

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