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How do I find this article that the library owns in print (on paper)?

Last Updated: Jul 30, 2018  |  11 Views

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Our print (paper) journal collection is on the second floor. It is arranged by journal title, then by date and volume number. You will also need the page number of the first page of the article.

When you get to the second floor, be sure to look for the journal title, not the article title! Also, a journal volume may be split into several physical books on the shelf. Use the issue number and page number to find the book your article is in. Most journals start with page 1 in the first issue of a volume and continue the numbering through all of the issues rather than starting over at page 1 with each issue.
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