Answered By: Sara Marks Last Updated: Aug 02, 2016 Views: 12
You can use the E-Journal By Title option on the main library webpage to search for the name of the journal the article is in. This is not the same as the article title. It is typically listed right after the article title. Here is an example in MLA format (your professor may use another citation style):
Romero, Liana F. "Diabetes: The Current State Of Affairs From A Population Management View." MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer 48.8 (2016): 12-20. CINAHL Plus with Full Text. Web. 2 Aug. 2016.
You see the article title (highlighted in orange), but the italicized section that we have highlighted in yellow is the journal title.
If you search this, you will see what full text options are available for different time frames. Pick the one that best fits your date range, which you can see above as highlighted in blue.