Find a specific article
If you have a citation and want to find that article, follow these steps:
- Search Journals by Title for the journal title. (Link also found under "Research" on the library's main page.)
- In the search results. Click on "View It" to see which databases have that journal, or click on "Get It" to see what the library has in print.
- For journals available online, after clicking "View It," choose a database that includes the date of the article you want. Look for the year, volume, and issue in the citation, then click to find all of the articles in that issue.
Anatomy of an (APA) article citation:
|Langendyk, V.||(2006).||Not knowing that they do not know:|
|Self-assessment accuracy of third-year medical students.|