Answered By: Academic Liaison Last Updated: Nov 11, 2016 Views: 127
If you are accessing the article in NELSON, check that you are signed in in the top right hand corner.
If you are trying to find a specific journal article, using Find My Reference will determine whether the university has electronic access to the journal or article. There are video tutorials on how to use Find My Reference here for finding articles and here for finding journals.
These screenshots below show how to use Find My Reference to see whether an article is available in full text from the University library.
1. After opening Find My Reference, enter the journal title, change the drop down menu to ‘Exact match’ and click . You can also put the year in, if you wish.
- If more than one electronic journal title contains your search terms you will be offered a choice – just click on the option you prefer.
- The ‘Find It’ menu now appears. This will be pre-filled with the journal details you typed in earlier. The dates we have access to the journal are shown.
Click on the button next to these details and you will be able to navigate to the full text of the article.
4. If we don’t have electronic access to the journal, you will need to check the library catalogue to see if we hold it in print.
5. If we don’t have it in print, we can arrange to get the article as an inter-library loan. To find out more about Interlibrary Loans, go to the LibAnswers page here.