When you already have the title of an article you are looking for, you can use OneSearch to search for the article (as long as it is in a database that OneSearch includes). For this class, all of the articles listed for each discipline can be found using OneSearch.
Suppose you are looking for the following article:
Brown, A., & Martin, R. (2020). Pedagogy and evaluation: The challenge for business and management degree courses in the 21st century. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 18(2), 84-99. https://doi.org/10.34190/JBRM.18.2.002.
To find this article, go to the Library home page and click "Advanced Search" under the OneSearch search box.
In the first search box type the article title. In the second search box type one of the author's last names, and change the drop down box to "author."
Click "Search" and your article should appear within the first few sets of results.
Once you locate the article, click the link for the "PDF" to view the full text of the article.
Sometimes the article will be located in a database outside of the OneSearch EBSCO platform. If this happens, click the link to go to the external database, and find the PDF button.
If you are unable to locate your article after trying the tips on this page, please Ask a Librarian!