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Interpreting Studies Research Skills: Finding Articles from a Reference Page

This research guide has resources that will be helpful as you research topics in Interpreting Studies

How to Find Articles from a Reference Page--Google Scholar

Do you have an article citaiton from a reference page? 

You can search for the article by knowing the article title in Google Scholar 

Type in the Article Title in the Google Scholar search box (note--use Google Scholar from WOU Library in order to get the Find it@WOU option) 

Locate your article (use author, journal title, volume/issue, page numbers and year to verify it is the correct article). If PDF available open PDF. If PDF not available, select Find it@WOU 

If you selected Find it @WOU select a database the article is available in and use citation information to locate article. If no databases are available, select WOU Interlibrary Loan. 

How to Find Books Listed in a Reference Page

Do you have a book citation from a reference page? Use the Primo search on the library's front page to get that book. 

Use the Primo Search to find a known book citation

If Primo (WOU + Summit libraries) doesn't have the book, then look for it in WorldCat