Answered By: Eric Jeitner Last Updated: Feb 08, 2017 Views: 12
If you already have the full citation for an article, you would locate it using the library search tool called Journal List.
The Journal List tool is located on the main page of the library site, in the tabbed box positioned in the central column of the page. It is the third tab in the box.
By typing in the title of a journal, the Journal List tool will show you the library's holdings for that journal -- what dates of coverage we have, both in print and in our subscription databases.
Please note: do NOT type the article title; rather, type the journal title in which the article appears (e.g., Harvard Business Review, New York Times, New England Journal of Medicine, etc.).
Here's an example from the Journal List of our holdings for the Harvard Business Review.