Answered By: Michael Davidson Last Updated: Nov 12, 2014 Views: 20
Thank you for your question. These steps will help you find any journal in our library catalog and lead you to where you can locate a specific article.
Finding the Journal
You can search for a specific title in our catalog from the advanced search page. Type the journal, "Adaptation", in the Title field and search.
On the search results page, click the "Journal, magazine" checkbox in the left sidebar to remove other kinds of results.
The journal should be the first result. Clicking the "View Now" link, you can see that the journal is available through "Oxford Journals Current Subscriptions".
Then, click the "Access Journal" link to get to the journal content.
Screenshot 1. Locate a journal title and identify the database or package.
Finding the Article
This particular journal page has a search box in the middle. Type or paste the article title, "Surveying the Post-Millenial Sherlock Holmes", into that box and search.
The exact article is the first search result. You have the option of clicking on the abstract or viewing the full text of the article in either PDF or HTML form.
Screenshot 2. Find the article and choose abstract or full text.
That is it. I hope this has answered your questions fully. Please contact us again if you have any further questions.