Have a citation and want a full-text article? ProSearch is a quick and easy way to find a specific article through the library's resources. printer-friendly version
1. At the top of the Library Home Page, there is a ProSearch search box. Click on Advanced Search. Click for image
2. In Advanced Search, type the title of the article that you are looking for in the Title box and the last name of the first author in the Author box. Click for image
3. On the right in the list of library resources, make sure to check "Select All" to search all of the available collections. Click for image
4. Click the Search button.
5. If the article appears in any of the collections searched it will be listed among the results. Results for most resources contain a linked article title and a Find It button. Click for image
6. Occasionally, an article will be listed in multiple collections. The title links will take you directly to the article’s record in the respective database. Click for image
7. If the library does not have access to the article, you will be directed to a resource options page. There are three areas to look at on this page. From top to bottom:
Note the date range of the publication. If you have an older article, it might not be available electronically.
If you have any questions, contact the Instructional Technologies Librarian, email@example.com
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