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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: Jun 09, 2023 Views: 22
Not sure what database holds an article, if at all? If you know the title of the article, you should try searching for it in the Discovery catalog (the main search bar on the library homepage) or using this catalog search option that will limit your results automatically (a widget of the catalog, essentially). You don't even need to use the periodical title it was published in or the author. Sometimes using quotation marks around the article title can help it narrow down what you are searching for. Then, limit to articles on the left side after doing a search if you aren't getting exact results. Here is an example:
If we hold the article, a blue "View full text" button will be seen in the result. If not, you can select the title of the result to place an interlibrary loan (button option will appear when you open result).
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- Q. How do I find an article within a journal like the "Exceptional Parent"?
- Q. How can I find an article over a specific topic from a magazine (or other periodical) my instructor has recommended, published within a specific timeframe?
- Q. How can I get an article that is not available online through the TCC library?