You may already have a citation for an article from your professor's recommendation or another source. This is how you would locate the article.
On the UC Libraries page paste your article title in the red search box. If this is an exact title enclose it in quotation marks to avoid irrelevant hits.
If the title is short and/or common, add the author's name and/or journal title.
Summon, our metasearch tool, will return results with links to online full text.
You can also use advanced Summon search.
In some databases full text will follow the citation. In most instances for accessing full text you will have to look for icons that may look like this:
If you don't see those icons or links don't work, look for the ArticleLinker button or "Find Full Text at UC" link. The button or link will take you to the tool that searches for full text articles in library database. Learn how this tool works and how to make the most of it: ArticleLinker FAQ.
If the article is not available online ArticleLinker will suggest searching the library catalog for a print version or ordering the article via ILLiad (interlibrary loan):
When requesting items not available at UC, click the appropriate Interlibrary Loan form and login to your account. The article request form will be automatically populated with the article bibliographic information.
If you have
try Summon or Google Scholar (see search boxes below) - they are more "forgiving" than library databases. They may point you to online full text or you may search the tips above to search for a known article. Use Summon search results to see which databases cover your subject.