Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 30

The easiest thing to try first is to go to search EBSCO, because it has the most databases. Go to Databases, below, and click the Go button next to all EBSCO. Check the select all button. From there, type in the first several words of the article title within quotations, so it searches the whole phrase.

Example: "Article title"

Hopefully that will retrieve your items. If so, select the title in the result list, and use the citation tool on the right to get the reference in the format required for your class.

If that doesn't work, let me know, and there are other tactics we can try.

For more information on how to locate specific publications within a database, go to our COM Library Journals Online LibGuide, below.

For information on how to get citations from databases, go to our Cite MLA Style LibGuide.

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