Answered By: Kathleen Anderson
Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017     Views: 56

If you have the citation for the article, you can type the title in the OneSearch box on the library homepage ( If we have it, it will come up in your search results list. Keep in mind that OneSearch searches most but not all library holdings. Some database content may not be included. Comprehensive research is better done in subject specific databases. To find a database in your subject area, go to Research Guides by Subject. The subject guide you choose will recommend the best databases to search in your subject area.

If you don't have a specific citation, you can do a keyword search in our discovery tool, OneSearch, or in a database that deals with your subject. We have a helpful research guide that guides you through the search process.

If we don't have the article, you can request it through our Interlibrary Loan service

If you need more help, you can also check out our Quick How To Guide on finding articles.

Another option is to contact a librarian and we'd be happy to walk you through the search process. The library provides help in-person, over the phone at 775-682-5657, by email, or via live chat. You'll find all of our contact information here.

We also have subject librarians who can help you with your specific subject area.