Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2022     Views: 107

If you’ve searched for an article and it is not available or you can’t find it, you may be able to locate it via a different route by browsing the journal the article appears in.

  • Ensure you have the full publication details of an article, if you don’t have these you can find them via Google Scholar using the information you do have.
  • You will need the Journal’s title, year, issue number, volume number and page numbers.
  • Start a new search in StarPlus. From the ‘All items’ drop down menu select ‘Journals’ and search for the journal title. 
  • If we have access to the journal it will appear in the search result. 
  • In the record for the journal you will see options to view the journal either online or in print in the Library.
  • This will include details of the years and issues we have access to.