Answered By: Eileen M. Bentsen
Last Updated: Oct 02, 2015     Views: 46

BearCat will list the names of the journals we own, but not the articles in those journals.

If you have complete citation information for the article, you may search BearCat for the journal's name and see if we have the year of the journal you are looking for. It may be in print or in electronic format.  You can use these directions to find the article: http://www.baylor.edu/lib/tutorials/index.php?id=60817

If you don't have complete citation information (say only the journal name and the article title), you will want to identify the best database for your topic and search in that database with the information you have.

If you aren't sure what the best database is, check with us at the Jones Information desk in person, by chat (to the right on this page), or by phone (254-710-2122) and we'll be glad to help you.

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