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If you have a citation or reference and need to find the actual article:
- Search the library catalog to see if we have the journal in print where the article appeared.
- Use Citation Resolver, a Revise Request form which takes your citation information and finds the item in EBSCO Discovery. Fill in as many fields as you know.
- Use Publications AtoZ to take you to the table of contents of your journal to browse and select the known article title.
If you are looking for an article on a particular topic:
If you are looking for a “peer-reviewed” or scholarly journal article:
- Use the Discovery search and mark the checkbox for Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals to limit your results.
For more information: