Answered By: Gretchen Scronce
Last Updated: May 13, 2019     Views: 68

Search in the library's catalog for the journal title (NOT the article title).

If we have electronic access or a print subscription to the journal, there will be a catalog record of it. (If we have it both electronically and in print, there will be two (2) catalog records, one for each version of the journal.)

Look at the date range(s) of our full-text electronic access and/or our print journal subscription on the catalog record(s). If the article you need was published within the dates of access/subscription, you can get the full text from your library.

To access electronic full-text, click a database link (left side of the catalog record) that holds the publication date you need. Then you can browse or search the content of that journal in that database for your article.

To access a print journal article, go to the third floor of Addlestone Library where the journals/periodicals are shelved alphabetically by journal title. Find where your journal is shelved, then find the volume that has the issue you need. Make a scanned image or a photocopy of the article you need.

If we don't have access to the article you need in either electronic or print format, then you can request a copy of the article using Interlibrary Loan.

If you need further assistance, contact the Access & Instruction Services Desk (843-953-8000) or chat with us.

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