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How do you find an article when you are given its information?

Finding an Article

Finding a Known Full-Text Article

Example from a References page:

Yancey, N. R. (2015). Why teach nursing theory? Nursing Science Quarterly, 28(4), 274-278doi:10.1177/0894318415599234

Key

Authors. (Year)Article title. Journal Title, Volume(Issue), Pages. doi:

Step One: Go to library.uta.edu

Step Two: Enter the Article Title into the Search Box. Hit Search

 

Step Three: Your article should be towards the top of the search box.  If your article doesn't show up, check your spelling and add the author's last name to your search.

Step Four: When you've found the correct article, click the Full Text Online link at the bottom of the item details.

Step Five: Log in with your NetID and Password.

Step Six: Often, the article will open automatically.  If it doesn't, look for a link that says PDF or HTML Fulltext.

 

Concerns

When you click on the link for the digital part of the subscription, you may be asked for your NetID (MyMav) username & password.
This is the same username and password you use when registering for classes.

If you need more information about this username & password, refer to https://webapps.uta.edu/oit/selfservice/

If other problems seem to be occuring occur,
you can contact 
Ask A Librarianhttp://ask.uta.edu/
Call 817-272-3394 or 888-565-9023

or

refer to "Common Problems" and other information on the
Connecting from Off-Campus page.(http://libguides.uta.edu/content.php?pid=119614&sid=1030228