Get the Information You Need to Find the Article:Check the Journal Title in Journal Finder and see if your article is available in another database.Check if the library owns the journal by looking up the journal title in the Library Catalogue.
Here are some ways people get journal articles for free:Unpaywall: Download the app, Unpaywall. Do a basic “Google” search for the article. Ask the author for it. If you’re a member of the American SpeechLanguageHearing Association (ASHA), you get access to their journals for free. Visit a university.
Some tips to bypass paywalls can change at any time, and what worked last week may not work today.Use Add-ons and Extensions. Clear site history and cookies. View cached or archived web pages. Disable Java Script in your browser. Use an online reading and annotation site.
Enter the article title in the search box. Click the Search button. Find your article in the results list.
Here is a summary of the basic rules:Use the definite article the with specific nouns.Use the indefinite article a or an with non-specific nouns.Use a before words that begin with a consonant or vowel that sounds like a consonant.Use an before words that begin with a vowel or a consonant that sounds like a vowel.
Find an article at Google ScholarGo to Google Scholar, enter the article title, and click Search: If available, your article should appear as one of the first few results:If you click an article’s title, you may be taken to a publisher’s site that will ask you to pay for full text.
Google Scholar allows you to search scholarly articles that are available online. These works are almost always protected by copyright, but you can link to them and people can access them for free. Even if an article is not available in our Online Library, you may find full-text for free online. …
So, how do I find Review Articles? In most databases and indexes, you can limit your search to include only review articles. Some databases might use the term “literature review,” but it’s the same thing. Set up your search like usual, then find the limit for review articles, select it, and run your search.
Where to search when doing a literature reviewStart with research databases. Scopus and Web of Science are good databases to start with for any research topic and literature review. Focus your search with specific databases. Select two or three discipline/specialist databases to conduct your search for comprehensive results. Find books, theses and more.
How do you write a review article?Check the journal’s aims and scope. Define your scope. Finding sources to evaluate. Writing your title, abstract and keywords. Introduce the topic. Include critical discussion. Sum it up. Use a critical friend.