Full-text, peer-reviewed, online articles are included in Discovery.
You do not have to know which database or journal contains the article, just search for keywords and select from the results list. Spelling must be correct, punctuation should be omitted, and capitalization is unnecessary when you search WorldCat.
Looking for a specific article? Enter the article title in the Title Search box and the author's last name in the other box. Click Search. In the Results List, choose an entry on the list, then click the title link to learn more, or click the Access Online button to view the article.
Just looking for some articles on a topic?
Keyword searches work well - choose a few key terms to enter in the Keyword Search box. In the Results List, choose an entry on the list, then click the title link to learn more, or click the Access Online button to view the article.
The images below are of a keyword search for a peer-reviewed journal article written about "A Rose For Emily", a short story written by William Faulkner.
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