I need to find articles on a topic.
- Go to Panther Prowler .
- Pick the category that best fits your subject - try Basic Resources if unsure.
- Enter terms and click Go.
- Click Databases A-Z if you want to search a specific database.
- If you have questions, Ask Us! for help via IM or email.
I already have info about an article (the citation). Does the library have the article?
- Go to the Article Locator .
- Enter the Journal Title and article details such as publication year and volume number. (Not necessary to fill out entire form.)
- The Find it! search result screen will indicate if the full text of article is available online or in print.
The online full text link may go directly to article or instead to a page that includes a list of issues or volumes.
If UNI does not have the journal, the Find it! screen usually includes a link to Interlibrary Loan, a service for requesting articles from other libraries. If the link doesn't appear, go directly to Interlibrary Loan .
Google Scholar also can be an effective tool for finding the full text of a known article.
I'm trying to find a certain journal, magazine, or newspaper. Does the library have it?
- Go to the Journals lookup form.
- Enter the title of the journal.
- The search result will indicate if the journal is available in print, electronic, or other format.
- Look for e-journal icon or yellow Find it! button to access electronically.
Journal or Magazine? Recognizing the Difference