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ESOL 1311 Research Basics: Find a Specific Article

E-Journals

Use the E-Journal portal when you want to find articles within a publication or when you are searching for a specific article and have the following citation information:

  • Journal/Newspaper title where article was published
  • Year of publication
  • Volume and Issue
  • Article title


How to Find A Specific Article

This short tutorial outlines the steps to take when looking for a specific article you have the citation information needed to use E-Journals.

Google Scholar

Use Google Scholar if all the information you have about an article is:

  • title of article  AND/OR
  • author of article

*Set up preferences  "Libray Links" in Google Scholar prior searching. See tutorial below.

 

Google Scholar: Setting Your Library Preferences

Learn to use Google Scholar with the benefit of the UTEP Library's subscriptions!

Finding a Specific Article through the E-Journals

The E-Journals portal displays all the UTEP Library's subscriptions to electronic journals, magazines, and newspapers. You can search for a specific publication of browse publications by title or by subject.

Finding a Specific Article through Google Scholar

Google Scholar  is a subset of Google that is designed to search for academic and scholarly articles and books online.

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