Each type of article has its own customized set of fields that you can use to locate articles.
Journal articles, for instance, may allow you to enter the ISSN, the issue number, or the page on which the article begins while Book articles may allow you to enter the ISBN or the edition number.
The exact fields available will depend on the article type and your institution’s settings.
As you enter information into a search field, the citation matcher will automatically bring up a list of items that match what you are entering.
At any time you can click on an item in the list, and all the fields related to that item will be filled in.
Once you have entered enough information to uniquely identify one single article, select Match to bring up the result.
You will be presented with a window offering you various methods of accessing the item:
Clicking on any of the Read Article links will bring you to a page from which you can access the full text of the item.
In the event the full-text article is not available, you may be prompted to complete and submit a Document Delivery form to request access.