Answered By: Alice Kalinowski Last Updated: Jun 22, 2017 Views: 20
Having trouble finding the full-text of an article in our online resources?
The best way to do so is to search our resources for the periodical (journal, magazine, or newspaper) the article was published in. Watch the following video for detailed information.
Note about authentication/off-network access: If you are not already authenticated as a Pitt user in your browsing session, you will likely be prompted to login via Pitt Passport before being taken to the periodical's homepage.
- Start at the library homepage. Select the navy E-Journals tab above the large search box.
- Search by periodical title. (A periodical is a journal, magazine, or newspaper.)
- If there is more than one result, determine the best match.
- Look at the date range(s) to identify the hyperlinked resource that includes your article. Select the appropriate link.
- From the periodical's homepage you should have the option to search within the periodical by title or keyword, or you can locate an article by date, volume, and issue.
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