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What if the library doesn't have an article I need?
If you have the information for an article but the database says we don't own it (or it isn't in full text), follow these steps:
Type in the title of the journal or magazine that your article appeared in. If it shows up on the result list, follow the link to the article database that contains it or find the copy in the library.
Information Delivery Service (IDS)
If we don't have direct access to the journal or magazine, you can request articles from another library.
Sometimes a copy of the article is available on the Web.
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The Library has hundreds of journals that are suitable for your research. You can seach for specific titles or if you want to browse all journals in a subject category, use the Advanced Search feature.
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