Q. I have this bibliography and I would like to use some of the articles from it. How do I find them?
When you are using a bibliography to find additional sources, the first step is being able to identify when a source is a book and when a source is an article. Articles will include the article title, and then the journal title; they will also include a volume number and page range.
1. Once you have identified an article that you would like to read, you must distinguish the journal title.
2. On the Library's homepage, click on "Find a Journal" in the top right corner of the screen.
3. Enter the journal title in the search box provided. If we subscribe to the journal, it will appear in the results list. If we do not, you may want to submit an Interlibrary Loan request.
4. Click "View It" under the journal's title.
5. If there are multiple links after you click on View It, then you will want to choose the option which includes the year the article you are seeking was published.
6. Click on a link to open the journal and then find "Search within this publication" or a similar phrase.
7. Enter the article title.
8. Once you have found the article, you can print it, download it, or email it.