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How do I know if the library has an article I need?

Last Updated: Oct 28, 2011  |  107 Views

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If you need a specific article, click the Journals tab in the blue box in the center of the library homepage, and then search for the journal title.

Click the links for print and/or online access to that journal and navigate to the volume and issue you need.   

Print journals may be found in one of several areas of the library: Current Periodicals, Bound Periodicals or Microforms.

Some journals in the catalog may only be available at ASU or WCU.  If they are in print, you can use ABC Express to have them delivered.  If they're online, use Interlibrary Loan.

If the journal is online, it may be available in several databases.  Read the description to determine whether the links are for UNCA, ASU or WCU and whether the date range includes the article you need.

Need to find articles on a subject?
You can search subject-specific article databases or browse online journals by subject

Having trouble?  You can submit a question for help with locating specific articles or subjects.





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