Finding a Specific Article





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Uploaded on Sep 16, 2011

Sometimes, when you're reading something, you come across the citation for another article that seems like it would be great for your paper. So what now?

If you search on Google for the article, you may come across a site that will let you download it for a price. Don't pay for it! Instead, see if the library subscribes to that particular journal.

Go to the library's website at www.lehman.edu/library and click on the "E-Journals" tab. Type in the name of the journal -- NOT the article! -- into the search box and hit "Search."

If the library subscribes to it, you will see links to the journal in different databases. Check the coverage dates against your citation and make sure to click on the database that contains the date you need. From there, find your article.

Simple, right!?

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