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Writing 100 (Chavez): Find an Article

Find a Known Item LibWizard Tutorial

 

Find a Known Item Article - 3 Strategies

Some Strategies

1.  Look for the article title in Google Scholar.  Try the title OR UC-eLinks / Get it at UC hyperlink.

2.  Look for the article title in UC Library Search.  Look for the green Available Online link or the request form. 

3. Look for the journal title.  Select the Journals tab on the library home page.  See if the journal is available.  Is the date you need available?

4. You may be able to find it in a major database IF it belongs to a specific subject area.

Examples:  Do we have these articles?

Citation #1

"European oak declines and global warming: a theoretical assessment with special reference to the activity of Phytophthora cinnamomi" by C.M Brasier and J.K. Scott in EPPO Bulletin. Vol 24 (1), 1994, pp. 221-232.

Citation #2

"Climate change and social vulnerability: toward a sociology and geography of food insecurity" by Hans G. Bohle, Thomas E. Downing, and Michael J. Watts in Global Environmental Change. Vol 4 (1), 1994, pp. 37-48.

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