Use discoverE to Find a Journal Article from a Citation: Have you ever been reading through a source and found a particularly compelling section you'd like to know more about -- then found a citation that makes you want to look it up to add to your research? If the author has done his or her work and cited it properly, you can use discoverE to help you find it.
By Chris Pollette Want more help with discoverE?
We've prepared a video to help you, one of our series created to answer questions we receive frequently from library visitors. Using information such as the title of a publication from the citation, you can search discoverE to find the journal. If it's available to Emory Library patrons, you'll see it in the search results. The item may be available in digital format, which will be reflected in the search results you retrieve from discoverE.
Sometimes, however, you may find that the periodical is available only in print. The Locations/Call Number link for the title will help you find where it may be located in the library. If you have any questions, visit the Library Service Desk.
Please share your feedback on discoverE. We'd love to hear from you.
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