1. Look for the article title in Google Scholar. Try the title OR UC-eLinks hyperlink.
2. Look for the article title in Melvyl. Look for the UC-eLinks button.
3. Look for the journal title. Select the e-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?
Title: Do we need a single standard of value for institutional assessment? An essay response to Asao Inoue's "Community-Based Assessment Pedagogy."
Author(s): Elbow, Peter
Source: Assessing Writing Volume: 11 Issue: 2 Pages: 81-99 Published: 2006
Zoetewey, Meredith W, and Julie Staggers. "Beyond 'current-Traditional' Design: Assessing Rhetoric in New Media." Issues in Writing. 13.2 (2003): 133-57.
McMillan, V.E., Writing Papers in tbe Biological Sciences, Boston,MA: Bedford Books, 1997.
Winsor, D., Writing Power: Communication in an Engineering Center, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2003.
Lerner, Neal. "Laboratory Lessons for Writing and Science." Written Communication. 24.3 (2007): 191-222.