You can find an article via:

  • the Jane Bancroft Cook Library Catalog
  • from the databases
  • from the ejournal list (if you know the article citation).

Jane Bancroft Cook Library Catalog

Select the “Articles” tab.  Enter keywords, author information, or partial citation information.  To search with a specific phrase, use quotation marks around the words in the phrase.

Or, you can search using the “All results” tab.  Enter keywords, author information, or partial citation information.  On the left side of your screen, under “Narrow Results By”, you can select “Items with full text online” and/or “Articles from scholarly publications, including peer review.”

To access your full text results, clock on the blue, full text icon.  For results that are in the print collection, locate the journal in the library.  For articles that we do not have access to, place a request using ILLIAD.

Databases

You can search for an article in the databases by selecting one or more databases by title or subject.  Use the search box to search for keywords, author, title, subject terms, or any of the other available fields.  To access the articles available online, select “Find it @USF” or the blue icons/links.

To access your full text results, clock on the blue, full text icon.  For results that are in the print collection, locate the journal in the library.  For articles that we do not have access to, place a request using ILLIAD.

e-Journals

From the e-Journal page, you can search according to the title, category, or location (vendor or category).  If you know the article you want, you can also enter the citation information on the Citation Linker tab.  This will take you to the information about the article.