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Research: Find Information: Find Journal Articles

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Finding Journal Articles

There are several ways to find articles:

1. Use “Multi-Search”, the main search box on the Library homepage. Select Articles from the drop down menu and then enter search terms directly into the search box to get a results list (Figure 1). From your results list, you can use the filters shown on the left side of your to limit your results to only scholarly articles from Peer-Reviewed Journals. 

Figure 1

2. Choose “Journals” from the tab at the left of the search box to search for a specific journal title and to find out if that journal is available in print or online (Figure 2).

Figure 2


  • Read your search results carefully to discover other useful keywords, subjects or ways to further refine your topic.
  • Click on the article title to read a short description of the article contents before accepting or rejecting it. Do not choose your articles by the article title alone.
  • Articles that are not within the Coulter Library's collections, may be obtained through our Interlibrary Loan service.  


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