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Find a Specific Journal
Do you know the journal your article appears in? Look for it online here!
Article Not Available?
Use Interlibrary Loan. Fill out an article request form and we'll see if we can find it for you somewhere else.
- Be aware that requests can take up to a week.
- Keep in mind that very new articles (published in August or September) may not be avaiable for a few months.
- Use the 'Full Text' or 'OhioLINK EJC' button to access the full text.
- Keep your keywords simple. If you use a lot and don't get results, try using fewer.
- Use authors' last names.
- Use the advanced search to limit keywords to look for authors, journal titles, etc.
How to Find Your Primary Source
This is the "Google" of MU Library resources. Use this to search (almost) all of our databases, including PubMed and ISI Web of Science.
If you don't have a complete citation, PubMed can help you build a complex search easily.
Don't Know the Journal Title?
If you do not know the Journal Title, search in the following databases using the information you know: