Q. How do you find an article that you previously copied and pasted from citation

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Hello,

If you have the complete citation there are a couple of ways to look for the article. Use:

the Library Search bar at the bottom of the online library homepage. You can enter either the title or the author's name. Enclose them with quotation marks. 

the A-Z of Online Journals button found near top right side of the page. Look up the Journal name, Select a database, then either paste the title into the search bar (found where it says Search within this publication), or look it up by Year, Volume, & Issue

Example of a citation and its parts:

CitationPalmer, D. E. (2009). Business leadership: Three levels of ethical analysis. Journal of Business Ethics, 88(3), 525-536. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-009-0117-x

Title: Business leadership: Three levels of ethical analysis

Author: Palmer, D. E.

JournalJournal of Business Ethics. Year: 2009. Volume 88 Issue 3 Pages 525-536 


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