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I used two sources for a paper, I cited them but the professor wanted us to copy the articles and now I can't find them. They are both from EBSCO.

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Ok. Since you have the citation, you know which EBSCO databases they are in. Your citation will say Academic Source Complete, MasterFile Premier, etc.

Go to the Database List tab in the Databases by Subject LibGuide (link below). All the EBSCO databases are listed. Click on the correct link.

Once there, click on the advanced search link. Enter the author's name into one search box, and select the author field from the drop down menu. In the box below, enter the title, and select title from that drop down menu. Hit search, and it will appear.

Follow the same steps for your other article.

If your second article if from a different EBSCO database, simply click the Choose Databases link at the top of the page. Uncheck the currently selected database, and check the correct one. Hit the ok button. Then proceed with the steps outlined above.

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