Q. If I have a citation for an article, how do I find a copy of the article?



 Go to the library Web site at http://www.uhd.edu/library/ and select the Journals tab. Enter the title of the journal that you are looking for.  Do not enter the title of the article.

 If UHD subscribes to the journal online you will see links that will take you to electronic copies of the journal, from where you can search for or browse to your particular article.

  If UHD subscribes to the journal in printed form, you will see a note saying which years we have.These will be shelved in the Periodicals section of the library, in alphabetical order by journal title. 

·                  If the library does not have the journal in print or electronic form, or the article you are looking for is not included in the library’s coverage of that journal title, then you can request that a copy of the article be sent to you through Interlibrary Loan.

You can also search Google Scholar from the library's homepage>>the Databases tab>>"G">>Google Scholar>>copy and paste an article citation or title.



  • Last Updated May 06, 2020
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