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You've Got The Citation. Now What?
Do you have a citation in hand and don't know what to do next? Here are some tips:
- From the Databases, there will usually be a blue button that says "Find It @ UGA". Click it. It will take you to a page displaying the electronic access we may have. If it's not available electronically, you will need to check in GIL-FIND. Search for the title of the JOURNAL and click on "Get it". It may take a while to load, so be patient. You are checking to see if own what you need in print. Don't forget that distance learners can request that print articles be scanned and sent to them from the Distance Learners' Page.
- If you've got a citation but are not in a database, use the Journals tab on the Libraries Homepage. Type the title of the JOURNAL in the search box to see what access we have and remember to also check our print holdings. If you need a print version but are not on campus, we can still help.