Can’t login when clicking “Look Up Article” in Journal Finder?

This morning an issue with the Look Up Article feature in Journal Finder was reported by multiple users and is being looked into.  Unfortunately, fixing this may take a few days to repair.  We do, however, have other ways for you to search in specific journals or to look for a specific article in a journal.

 

To Search in a Specific Journal: 

  • Go to the library homepage. Click on Journal Finder.
  • Enter the title of the journal and click search.
  • Do NOT click on Look Up Article, instead find the database listed below the journal you want that has the date range you need.  Click on the title of that database.  If there are multiple databases listed, select any of them.  image of database search results in journal finder
  • Once you get to the next screen, you should see an option to search within this publication.
***Please note, you may need to login during this process***

To Find a Specific Article:

  • Go to the library homepage. Click on Journal Finder.
  • Enter the title of the journal and click search.
  • Do NOT click on Look Up Article, instead find the database listed below the journal you want that has the date range you need.  Click on the title of that database.  If there are multiple databases listed, select any of them.image of database search results in journal finder
  • When you get to the database,  you can either browse or search for your article, depending on the features available.
  • Click on the date range for the article you need.  Once you do that, you can select the date, volume or issue number you need.   This should bring you into that issue of the journal.  You can now browse the titles and find the one you are looking for.    If the database does not have this feature, you can do a search for the title of the article you are looking for.

 

***Please note, you may need to login during this process***