Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Jul 09, 2017 Views: 2824
One way to locate a specific article for which you have the citation or doi is to start on our Find an Exact Article page.
2. In the center of the page, click on the option you want to try: article title, journal name or doi.
Here is an image of those three options on the Find an Exact Article page, By Title, By Journal name or By DOI (Google Scholar):
3. Type or copy your information into the search box.
4. Click search.
Tip: there are instructions and more details under each option.
Journal title search:
If you have the complete citation for an article, you can search for the journal in which it was published and then access the article by selecting the necessary year, volume, and issue.
Tip: If you access Google Scholar from our webpage it will automatically connect to the Walden Library databases.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The manual connection lives in the browser's settings.
- What is the Find at Walden button?
- What does the Library mean when they ask for the citation?
- How do I get the full text of an article?
- How do I find scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles?
- How do I find articles on my topic?
Do you have other Library questions? Ask a Librarian!