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Enabling Pathways Library Guide: Finding an article when you know the title

Guide to assist Open Foundation, Newstep and Yapug students find information for assignments

Finding an article when you know the title

Trying to find an article and know the title? Watch the video below.

Search for an author's surname and some words from the title in the Library Catalogue NewCat+ when you are looking for a specific article.


Having trouble accessing the full-text PDF of an article?

Watch our video on searching by the journal title to access article PDFs or download our help guide below.


Search tips

  • Download our help guide below.
  • Use quotation marks to make your search more relevant. Example: "Making Inclusion Work in General Education Classrooms".
  • If the article is directly listed in the Library you may see different options such as a PDF icon (direct full text), Full text from [Database name] (linked full text), or Check for full text availability ('helper' that's built in to the Library catalogue).
  • If you have issues accessing the full text of an article, try searching by the journal title.

Download our help guide