Find peer-reviewed articles, conference papers, and other scholarly information published in academic journals, newspapers, and magazines.
I have the information for an article, how do I find it?
1. Search for a copy online:
Enter the citation information to find out if the full-text is available.
Search for the journal title to see if the library has an online subscription.
2. If the article is not available online:
Search for the journal title in print.
- Interlibrary Loan
Request a copy using ILLiad, the library's online interlibrary loan service.
How do I find articles on my research topic?
1. Search for articles using research databases:
Listings of the most useful article databases for any subject:
Research databases are search engines for published research.
The library's guide to finding articles.
2. Once you've located an article you want:
- Look for the "full text" or "PDF" link in the article record.
- If full text is not available, click on the "Find It @ Loyola" link () to search for a copy of the article online, in print, or to order a copy via interlibrary loan.