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:
Search for the article using whatever information you have available.
If that doesn't work, enter the specific citation information to find out if the full text is available.
Search for the journal title to see if the library has a subscription to the journal. You can then locate the specific volume and issue to find the article.
2. If the article is not available online:
- Locate the journal
Search for the journal title in print. Make a copy of the article from the print volume.
- Interlibrary Loan
Request a copy of the article using ILLiad, the library's online document delivery 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.