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How do I find a specific article. I have the citation information.

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If you have the citation information (the article title, author name(s), journal name, volume, issue, year, and starting page), use the Journals & Electronic Books search on the LRD main page to search for that journal title. If UDC currently has the journal in electronic form for the year you need, you can proceed from there to obtain your article. If UDC does not have the journal in electronic form, searching the catalog for the journal title will show if UDC or any other WRLC library holds print copies. Articles held by WRLC libraries other than UDC can be obtained via Consortium Loan. If no WRLC library holds the journal, the article may be available via Interlibrary Loan. If you encounter problems at any stage of your search, please Ask a Librarian and we will be happy to assist.

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