You may want to find an article but know only part of the citation information.

For example, you may know the journal name and the article content or author's name but not the article title nor publication date. Or, you may just want to browse articles in a journal.

To find articles when you know a journal name, use the Journal Finder+ to first identify if ORU has the journal, then search or browse the journal for your specific article.

How to find articles in a selected journal, magazine or newspaper.

Click the opens new windowJournal Finder+ tab on the Library page and key in the journal title. Click Search.

Under the journal title (example shown for Transgenic Research), key in your terms and search using the Search within Publication search box provided or click a database listed under Full Text Access, such as Environment Complete.

Identify the dates available in full text then simply follow the links to the article full text.

Search results

On the Publication Details page, Use Search within this publication if you know several key words or drill down through the year, volume and issue listed on right of the record if you know the article publication date.

If an article is not available at ORU, you may choose to request it throughopens new window Interlibrary Loan.

Publication Finder results