How do I find a journal article?

Journal article details on a reading list or in another article will look something like this (if the reference includes a volume number and page numbers, it is very likely to be a journal article).

Kotter, J., (2008). Sense of Urgency, Leadership Excellence. 25 (3), p. 10.

You can simply enter keywords into the LibrarySearch​ main search box.
However, due to the large number of books and journals available, you may not find a specific article on the first page of your results.
You can try 'Tweak my Results', and selecting 'Format > Article' to narrow down your results.

Difficulty finding what you are looking for?

If you can't find the article, check the ejournals list.
In LibrarySearch, click on Journal Search, and enter the title of the journal (not the title of the article). 

How to find an e-journal 

If Edinburgh Napier does not have the journal you are looking for, you can request a copy of the journal article from another library.

Students: Go to the Inter Library Loan myNapier page.

Staff: Go to the Inter Library Loan intranet page.

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