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HST 427: Modern France: The 20th Century : Find It @ WOU / Citation Chasing

Find It @ WOU

You have found an article that you would like to use in your paper, but you do not see a link to read the full text of the article. That is what Find it @ WOU is there for. With Find it @ WOU, you have four different scenarios for getting the full text of the article.

The Find It @ WOU guide explains the four scenarios for getting the article.

How to Find Articles Listed on a Reference Page--Find It @ WOU

Do you have an article citation from a reference page?  Get the article by using Find It @ WOU. The potential results are:

  • You'll get a link to the article in a database
  • The library has the journal in print.  You can a) retrieve the necessary volume and issue from the shelves, or b) request the Scan & Deliver service. 
  • The library doesn't have the journal you are looking for, but you can request the article through Interlibrary Loan.

How to Find Articles Listed on a Reference Page--Journal Title List

Do you have an article citation from a reference page?  

You can search for the article using the journal title, volume/issue, and page number:  

Once you have noted this information, look for the journal using our Journal Title List search:

Need a specific journal?
Use the Journal Title List

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

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