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Graduate Students -- Tools, Resources, and Research: Finding Articles/Books from a Reference Page

Finding Articles from a Reference Page

Identify the parts of your citation:

Author: Urofsky Title: Kitchener’s principle ethics: Implications for counseling practice and research

Go to Google Scholar. Note: It is important to use Google Scholar from the library site. From our site, we connect Google Scholar to our library databases.

Enter in the title of the article using quotation marks and then the author’s last name.   

Google Scholar Search for "Kitchener's Principles Ethics" Urofsky

If the PDF of the article is available, you may download the article. If no PDF is available, select  Find it@WOU and you will be given options for getting the article.

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