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I have citations for articles but I can't remember where I found them. Can you help me?

Last Updated: Jul 17, 2017  |  8 Views

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I would recommend performing a title search using the QuickSearch tool on the library's website. You will need to go into the Advanced Search options to select the title search option. So from the library's main webpage, click on the QuickSearch magnifying glass icon. This will take you to the Advanced Search screen. In the top dropdown box, select "TI Title," and then enter the titles of your articles. You should then be able to find the database where you originally found them. If the article has a generic title, you might also need to enter an author's name in addition to the article title.

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