Answered By: Stephanie Weiss Last Updated: Mar 23, 2015 Views: 101
The easiest way would be to search the article title in OneSearch. Try searching the full title in quotation marks to bring it to the top. If you are unable to find the article in OneSearch, try searching for the journal title by clicking "Search A to Z Publications" just below the OneSearch bar. A list of databases containing your journal will be displayed. Select the one that indicates coverage for the year(s) or issue you need, and select your article title from the list.
If the article was published before the mid 1990s, it may not have been digitized yet. You can check the in-house materials catalog to see if we have the journal in print. From the library homepage, click Research Tools in the grey bar, then select UNF Library Catalog.
If we have neither print nor online access, you'll want to request the article through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Log into the ILLiad system by clicking My Account in the grey bar, then Interlibrary Loan. Place your request ("Photocopy" for articles, "Loan" for books, media, microfilm, etc.).