Answered By: Robert Sebek
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2015     Views: 58

If you have an article citation (article title, journal title, article author, date, volume, issue, page number, etc), you can enter this information in our Citation Linker to see if the article is available to you online or in print.

If the article is not available online or in print, you'll get a link to request the article through ILLiad, our interlibrary loan service.

Don't understand the parts of a citation? See our online tutorial on citations.

Have a journal title that is abbreviated? Look up the abbreviation in a reference guide available at either reference desk, or use Ask a Librarian and we'll look it up for you.

Still need help? Did you find the article in question in a database? Look for the Get VText button or link near the article citation to immediately access the same options as above.

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