1. Locate a database from the list to the right. Or search OneSearch.
2. Search the with keywords. Many times the name of the work + author will be enough; or if not much is written about a particular work, an author's name will do.
3. Limit to Peer-Reviewed. You may also limit in the left-hand column of most resources by publication date, language of articles, and subject terms.
4. Use links that say Full-Text to access the whole article (pdf versions are preferred for citation purposes). In OneSearch, links to databases that have the whole article will appear under Full Text Availability inside the article record. You may just click the first database in the link to access the article.
5. If the full-text is not available, use or to link to full text articles available in other databases or to submit an interlibrary loan request. Set up your account in Interlibrary Loan first by clicking on the link on the Interlibrary Loan webpage. Articles are delivered electronically free of charge, usually within a day, from libraries owning the journal. You will be emailed when the articles are available.