Answered By: Sonya Adams Last Updated: Sep 19, 2016 Views: 20
Do you want to search within a general subject area or are you looking for a specific article?
Searching for an article within a general subject area
If you have a general subject area you are interested in and you want to browse within the area, you can start by doing a subject search at eresources@cambridge.
Searching for a specific article
If you already have some information about an article (title of article, author name, journal title, etc.) you can do a search in iDiscover.
You can try searching for keywords from the title and the author(s) of the article, but if that doesn't work you should search using the title of the journal. If the article you're looking for is in a print journal, you'll need to locate the journal by title and then find the appropriate volume on the shelf.