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Troubleshooting Broken Article Links

What to do when you cannot link to an article from WorldCat

Getting Help

Research Help

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For help during academic calendar weekends, final exams & semester breaks, email: researchhelp@aus.edu

Modified hours for Ramadan & summer semester

Finding Databases

Databases are electronic collections of journals.

The library subscribes to many databases where you will find articles related to INSERT SPECIFIC TOPIC and INSERT GENERAL AREA OF INTEREST in general.
See our databases page for a complete list:

Option 3: Search the Database

Look at the link(s) listed under Availability/Holdings to find the name of the database.

Under View Full Text you will find the database name. In this case, JSTOR Arts & Sciences II Collection

Go to Databases by Title.

Databases by Title (link on library.aus.edu)

Locate the database in the list.

There's Jstor

Enter the article title. Remove any punctuation or special characters, to be safe.

Jstor search

Here is my article. I can see it's from the same journal I saw in the WorldCat record.

Jstor results page