Find an Article from a Citation

If you have the citation or information about an article that you are looking for, you can determine whether it is available through the CityU Library.

Example: You have a citation, such as this article:

Goleman, D. (2013). The focused leader. Harvard Business Review, 91(12), 50-60.

Step 1

Search for the article by title on the library’s homepage (a.k.a. CatalogPlus)

From the library’s home screen, paste the article title into the search box and click search.

Screenshot showing step 1- part 1 in finding an Article from a citation

If the article is available, you will see it on the results page.

Screenshot showing step 1- part 2 in finding an Article from a citation

 

If this does not produce the article, continue to Step 2.

Step 2

Select “Find Journals” to search for the journal title.

Screenshot showing step 2 in finding an Article from a citation

Step 3

Search by journal title to see availability.
Screenshot showing step 3 in finding an Article from a citation

 

Step 4

Find your desired journal and either search inside the journal or enter the database (Business Source Complete).
Screenshot showing step 4 in finding an Article from a citation

 

Step 5

Find the correct volume and issue from the list.

Screenshot showing step 5 in finding an Article from a citation

Step 6

Open the issue and find your article.

Screenshot showing step 6 in finding an Article from a citation