Tips for Navigating this Tutorial:

1. Click on table of contents, which is located on the upper right-hand corner to see the table of contents.

2. Click on the images to enlarge or expand.

3. Additional help is located at the bottom of each slide.

 

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Search with Article Title

Use scoUT’s ALL Tab to look for an article.

Use your own citation or the example citation.

1. Find the title of the article in the citation.
2. Type the article’s title into scoUT.

scoUT's all tab

3. Click on the graphic below to understand your results.

All Tab Results

If you don’t see your article, click to the next slide to try a different way to search.

 

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Search with Journal Title

 Use scoUT’s JOURNALS tab to look for an article.

Use your own citation or the example citation.

1. Go back to the library’s homepage.
2. Find the journal title in your citation.
3. Select the JOURNALS tab on scoUT.
4. Type the journal’s title into the search box.

 scoUT's journal tab

5. Click on the graphic below to understand your results.

journal tab results 

6. You can either request a scan for your article or continue this tutorial and learn how to find the journal yourself.

 

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Search the Catalog

Understand the results in your catalog search to find the right journal.

1. Find your journal’s volume and year in the citation.
2. Find the Call Number. 
3. Match the journal’s volume and year in the citation to the volume and year in the Call Number.
4. Find the library where the journal is located.
5. Go to the library and find your article!

Catalog Results

 

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