To search for specific Full Text journal articles:
- Click on the appropriate letter for the first word of the journal’s name ignoring “a”, “an”, or “the.”
- Scroll down the page to find the journal you are looking for, OR
a. Enter the first few words of the journal title, then click on "Search". (Watch for ampersands, dashes, or other punctuation marks. Scroll down to make sure the journal isn't there.)
3. If the journal title is found, links are given to the specific database where the content is located, and the years of coverage. If you are off campus, you will be prompted to login to the proxy server.
4. Some publishers will connect you directly with the full text journal content. Otherwise, you should conduct an "Author and Title" search on the author and article title words using the "advanced" search option of the search engine within the database
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