In this tutorial you will learn two ways to locate the full-text of an article when you have a citation.
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Summon is a great tool for finding articles when you have the citation.
Take a look at the citation below and identify the title of the article.
Black, David S., Joel Milam, and Steve Sussman. "Sitting-Meditation Interventions among Youth: A Review of Treatment Efficacy." Pediatrics 124.3 (2009): e532-41.
What is the title of the article?
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Return to the Summon search box by clicking the University Libraries Summon icon in the upper left corner of the page.
Copy and paste this article title: Demography and democracy: A global, district-level analysis of electoral contestation into the Summon search box.
What is the name of the journal this article is published in?
Sometimes Summon does not find the article that you are looking for. When this happens, you can use the UA Library Catalog to search for articles.
Aldhous, Peter. Inside the stem cell wars. New Scientist, 6/12/2010, Vol. 206 Issue 2764, p12-14
What is the title of the journal?
Next to each database you will see a list of dates; these are the publication dates where full-text articles are available.
Review the citation and identify the date that the article was published:
Aldhous, Peter. Inside the stem cell wars. New Scientist, 6/12/2010,
Vol. 206 Issue 2764, p12-14
What is the date that this article was published?
There are several databases that carry this article.
Click this link for Full text available from Academic Search Ultimate.
The full text of this article should be listed in your results.
Important! All databases have a different search interface so accessing articles through each will be a different process.
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