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 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 Form