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Finding Full-Text Articles

eJournal Platforms & Parts of a Citation

To help you get started, let's go over some basic information about finding full-text articles from the Library site.

BrowZine is a platform that allows you to search for and access all MCHSL eJournals. You can find BrowZine from the Resources Menu-->eJournal-->Browzine, or directly through this link:  BrowZine.

A-Z is another eJournal platform that allows you to search for and access all MCHSL eJournals. You can find A-Z from the Resources Menu-->eJournal-->A-Z, or directly through this link: A-Z.

A Citation is all the information that identifies an article.  The more complete the citation, the easier it is to find the article.  A citation contains:

  • Author
  • Date
  • Title of the article 
  • Title of journal
  • Volume/Issue
  • Page numbers
  • Digital Object Identifier or DOI - a string of numbers, letters and symbols that uniquely identify an article.  Not all articles have DOIs.
  •  PubMed ID number or PMID - a set of numbers used to uniquely identify an article in the PubMed Database.  We will explore the PubMed Database later in this tutorial.

Below is an example of a Citation:

Lyman, Bret, Morgan K. Horton, and Alyssa Oman. " Organizational Learning during COVIDÔÇÉ19: A Qualitative Study of Nurses' Experiences." Journal of Nursing Management 30.1 (2022): 4-14. Web.