To find articles at the UT Libraries, you will need to use a database. Databases index articles published in scholarly research journals, popular magazines, newspapers, conference proceedings, and other sources. If you are doing research on a specific topic use the databases listed on this page. For research in other fields, select from the list of SUBJECT DATABASES. The category called 'General Topics' is a good place to start research on most topics.
If you already have article citations and want to find the full-text, here are two quick ways to get online access. You must use the UT Libraries web page to access full text articles
To search for known articles, use Google Scholar through the Databases pages.
If you know the title of the article, place it in quotes in the search box and click "search."
If you are looking for a specific article, use the CITATION LINKER to find the article in a UT Libraries database. Enter the citation into the appropriate fields and click "Go." A window will pop up with the option to click to go to the full text of the article if available.
Locating articles from academic, peer-reviewed publications.
How can you tell if it is a scholarly article?
Sometimes you may want popular articles because they are more current.
How can you tell if it is a popular article?