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To find a specific journal article we must first find out what access we have to the journal that the article was published in - we do this by searching for the journal title. The journal title is often (but not always) something like Journal of... or International Journal of... or something similar, for example Journal of the ACM.
The A-to-Z e-journals service has details of all the electronic journal subscriptions that we have access to.
Did you find the journal title?
The Library catalogue has details of all the journal holdings that we have in print (and a few of our electronic journals as well). Search the Library catalogue for a journal title (not the article title) and answer the following question:
This is often the last resort for finding a specific journal article.
For when you can't get the full-text of the article you want through Oxford Brookes.
If you are a postgraduate student or an undergraduate working on a final year dissertation or project then you might also be able to obtain the journal article from the Bodleian Library of Oxford University - for more details please see our access to other libraries page