Q. how do I look up articles after I used them for my cite? I don't know where to look them up at.

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Hello!

Thanks for contacting the Online Library. 

If I understand your question correctly, you want to find articles that you have already listed in your References list. 

To do this, I find that there are two ways that work well: 

  1. Use the Library Search at the bottom of the Online Library home page to search by the first few words of the title of the article. 
  2. Use the A to Z of Online Journals to search for the title of the journal in which the article is published. 

For example, for the following citation, I would try: 

Henderson, B. L., Chumchal, M. M., Drenner, R. W., Deng, Y., Diaz, P., & Nowlin, W. H. (2012). Effects of fish on mercury contamination of macroinvertebrate communities of Grassland ponds. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry31(4), 870-876. doi:10.1002/etc.1760

  • Searching for the title of the article: 

  • Searching for the journal title and then within the journal: 

Search for Journal: 

Search for article title within the journal: 

Please let us know if you need additional assistance. 

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