Journal articles are usually:
The reference for a journal article usually looks something like this:
Author(s) (year). Article title. Journal title, volume (issue), page numbers.
SHENTON, A.K., FITZGIBBONS, M. (2010). Making information literacy relevant. Library Review, 59 (3), 165-174.
There are two main ways to find the full text of a journal article from a reference:
Many journal articles are now freely available online as they have been published "open access" in addition to their publication in a subscription journal.
Use the following search tools to find open access journal articles:
Aston University is a member of the SCONUL Access reciprocal scheme, which allows full-time postgraduate / postgraduate research students, academic staff, and part-time, distance learner or placement students to visit most of the university libraries in the UK and Ireland and use or borrow books.
Aston University full-time undergraduate students are not eligible for SCONUL Access membership, but may be able to use other libraries on a reference only basis under the SCONUL Vacation Access scheme.
If you are a final year undergraduate, postgraduate, researcher or member of staff and you require material not held in the Library for your research or dissertation, you can order this on Inter Library Loan.
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