Answered By: Colleen Bryant
Last Updated: Jul 31, 2015     Views: 335

If you already have a complete citation for a journal article and are just trying to track down the article text, there are two recommended approaches:

 

-To discover whether we have online access to the article, use the Journals tab on HOLLIS+.

-To discover whether we have the article in any format, search Hollis for the journal title and look at the holdings information to figure out where the particular issue you need is located.

 

You can either use the Hollis+ Advanced Search page, specifying "Material type" and entering title keywords into the title field, or you can browse our journals by title in Hollis Classic (hollisclassic.harvard.edu), under the "Journal Titles" tab. If we have the journal in print, you may either consult the print version or make a Scan & Deliver request for a specific article or page range. You'll see the "Scan & Deliver" link in the Hollis record, next to the holdings information.

For articles from journals Harvard does not have, make an Interlibrary Loan request.

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