Answered By: Amy Rice
Last Updated: Nov 28, 2017     Views: 13

First, type the title of the journal into Journals A-Z.

If the journal is available in either print or in one of the databases, you will see a list of locations. 

 

If you get a "No Results" message, or if the databases and print coverage do not match the date of the article you're looking for, your next step is to request the article via Interlibrary Loan.

  • Easiest method: find the citation in a database, then select Request this article via interlibrary loan (in EBSCO) or Request a Copy (in ProQuest).

If citation is not in either ProQuest or EBSCO databases, you should request via the

  • Manual Method: 

Use the Article Request Formhttps://www.nnu.edu/form/library-article-request-form to type in all pertinent citation information. If you have your reference list, you have all the information you need in the citation.

There is also a Book Request Formhttps://www.nnu.edu/form/library-book-request-form