Answered By: Jackie Stevens Last Updated: Jan 25, 2018 Views: 3
If you cannot access an article's full text through Summon, try finding it via an eJournal-eBook Title Search. See the link on the University Library's homepage (bottom left), or click on the link provided below.
- In the search box, type in the journal title. You may choose options from the drop down list next to the search box - "Title begins with" is the default setting - if you don't have the full title.
- One or more databases may be listed that hold that journal. Look over the dates beside each one and click on the database that shows the date range required.
- When you are in the relevant database and journal site, use the citation elements to filter down to the article.
If no relevant results are returned from your search, check your spelling and/or try typing just one of the words from the journal title, and modify the search to "Title contains all words". If there are still no results, it is likely that we do not subscribe to that journal.
Higher Degree by Research Student and Academic Staff members may consider submitting a Resource Request to the Library if no results are returned from a search using this tool.