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How Do I Find Articles?

You can search for absolutely anything in the library catalog search box.

But you can also find articles on a topic by using an article index -- a database containing articles from lots of journals, newspapers, or magazines. An article index may provide full-text articles or a list of citations -- the author, title, journal, volume, issue, and page number information you need to locate the article. Indexes can also include citations to book chapters, conference reports, and more.

Try these for starters:

Not finding the article you need?

Get help or request the article through our Interlibrary Loan service, accessed via your library account and the "Requests" tab.

Other Helps

Research Guides

Search our Research Guides to find key resources in your subject area. These guides, written by reference librarians and often specialized for Centre classes, recommend the best article indexes and other resources.

Journal Titles A-Z

Know the title you need? Check if we have it and then search directly from within the publication.

Databases A-Z

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