We will find the full text of the article
Wentzensen, N 2013. Triage of HPV-positive women in cervical cancer screening Lancet oncology
vol:14 (2) 107-9.
This is a search for a journal article so select only articles.
Because you know the title of the article you can enter this or part of the title into the search box.
Select with my exact phrase from the drop down menu.
in the title from the drop down menu.
Click on Go if you have started your search from Library Home, or on Search if you have already been searching.
The search finds two records.
This Library Search is very new, and is currently being sorted. I don't know the difference between an article and a text resource. I'm rather hoping that by the time you get to read this there will only be one record for the Article.
Anyway both lead to the same place so click on View Online on either record.
The next screen will provide you with two sources of the same article.
Choose one and click.
At this point you can be offered different options to read and save articles including downloading PDF (portable document format) versions.
Not all articles available through Uni of Adelaide Library are directly searchable by title using Library Search.
We will look for the article
Ebeling, PR, Daly, RM, Kerr, DA, Kimlin, MG 2013 An evidence-informed strategy to prevent osteoporosis in Australia Medical Journal of Australia 198( 2-4) 90-91
If you search for a journal article by article title and Library Search doesn't find it, or didn;t at the time of writing.
there could be several things happening.
The Library may have the journal but only in print.
The Library may not have the journal at all.
The important thing here is not to give up just because a search by article title has failed.
In the example below we will find the article by searching for the title of the journal.
Click on Advanced Search.
Click on the Everything link.
We aren't looking for a book or a particular article so the only choice is Everything.
Use the drop down menu to change contains to is (exact) in the box that is level with in the title.
Type medical journal of australia into the search box that's lined up with in the title.
Now use the drop down menu to change All items in the Material Type box to Journals.
Click on Search.
At the time I wrote this the first record on the next screen is for the older printed volumes of the journal.
The second record
is for the online journal.
Click on View Online for this record.
Click on Access for University of Adelaide staff and students.
On the next screen check the date range offered against the date you want (2013), and click on an appropriate link.
Most journals offer two ways of finding the article(s) you want, with a search engine
or a way of looking through past issues.
Sometimes journals are available only in print.
You are not likely to need these print only journals in first year, but if you do you can contact me, or
the Research Help Desk