Use our one-stop tool to search many of our journal and database subscriptions in one go. We call this search tool 'Discover'.
Article references are made up of the author(s), the year of publication, the article title, as well as the publication title and volume number, issue number and pages.
For example: Chang, B, & Kang, H 2016. ‘Challenges Facing Group Work Online’, Distance Education, 37, 1, pp. 73-88
There are different ways to access and read articles:
Academic articles are also often found using databases. We subscribe to
Use the Databases A-Z button on our homepage to see the databases we have access to.
You can also find journal articles using Google Scholar or at publisher websites. You will need to authenticate to access our subscribed titles when off campus (i.e. show that you are a member of the university by logging in using your University user ID and password). Be aware that we do not subscribe to every journal on a publisher website. You are more likely to find subscribed content quickly and easily via the library search box on our homepage.
Sometimes you may see an abbreviated version of the publication title in a reference. There are several sources you can use to find the full journal title, including:
You will need to know the full title of a journal if you submit an interlibrary loan request for an article.
'Discover' is our one-stop search tool for exploring our journal and database subscriptions. Using 'Discover' will save you valuable time by searching many publications at once. Remember to log in using your University user ID and password to gain full access.