Last Updated: Nov 29, 2018     Views: 0

Say you begin your search for an article from the Works Cited page of another article, or your professor gives you a citation to track down. You might defer to a search engine like Google to track down more information about that citation. (We recommend using WorldCat Discovery instead!) 

If you happen to find an information source that looks useful, but you are stopped and asked to log in or pay to get access to that information source, take note of the citation information (the title, the author, and the publication year, in particular) and cross-reference the search using the Library's databases.

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