The UWW libraries subscribe to over 290 databases (total), most of which can be used to locate periodical articles, as well as book chapters, books, and more. Other databases the libraries have contain legal cases, business information, and other types of specialized information. Online databases and Research@UWW are two ways to find books, government documents, videos, and recent articles. If you need older articles, or cannot find any articles on your topic using Research@UWW or online databases, Ask a Librarian for assistance in person, over the phone, by email, or through chat. You may also choose to make an appointment with a librarian. Databases and Research@UWW list articles that may or may not be owned by the Library, in which case you can try to borrow them from another library.
Databases, Research@UWW, and the full text content they contain can be accessed both on and off-campus.
Most databases have some full text articles in addition to article citations. When an article is not available in that database, use Find It to determine whether and where Andersen Library has a specific article, and order it if necessary.
In Research@UWW, go to the View It section to view articles online or Get It to see if the article is physically in the Andersen Library. If it is not, you may choose to order the article using ILLiad, which will appear in the Get It area.
If you are not in a database or Research@UWW, use the Journal Search (also on the library's homepage) to determine whether and where the Library has a particular periodical (journal, magazine, newspaper, etc.), then search the periodical for the desired article.
How? Check out the How to Use Find It and the Journal Search guide.