Use Journal Finder
Many databases will have a link to access Journal Finder
and this link will take you to the record for the journal - sometimes the record will provide a direct link to the article, but if not see the steps below
Or go there directly https://journalfinder.wtcox.com/cnu/
Type in the title of the Journal (magazine, newspaper, etc.) that you need - (not the article title!)
Click the Search button
If needed select the title from the list
Click the Computer icon to see what dates are available online
Click the Book icon to see what dates are available in the periodicals section of Trible Library
Compare the date of your article and select the database (or go to the periodical section) that contains the date you need - in this example if you needed an article from 1990 use the Ebsco link - if you need an article in the current year use the Taylor & Francis link - if you need an article from 1970 use the print volume in periodicals
Many online titles link directly to that title in the database - then you can find the date and the article you need; in others you may need to search the entire database
Titles in the periodical section are either in print or microfiche/film and are arranged alphabetically
Remember to ask for help if you need it!
Tip: If you can find it in WorldCat Discovery the system can fill the form out for you
or Interlibrary Loan
Do you want to get the article or book yourself?
Try going to another library
You may wish to call the library to be sure the information is correct and find out what you need to make a copy or get a card (cash? coins? buy a printing card? proof of identity? etc.)
Get a VTC card at Trible library's Circulation desk before you go!