Answered By: Grand Strand Circulation Last Updated: Apr 20, 2015 Views: 12
You can go directly to an article in any of our databases (assuming it is available) by using the Journal Search feature on the Databases tab of the library website.
Library website -> Databases tab -> Journal Search
Under the first search box in Journal Search, you should see a link titled "Citation Linker." The Citation Linker allows you to search for specific articles within all of the library's databases. Simply fill in as much information as you can about the article. In this case, you could fill in the title of the article (Protect the Unborn), the name of the newspaper or journal (USA Today), and the date of publication (2011-03-22).
Once you've filled in as much information as you can, click Look Up and you will be taken to the article, if it is available in any of our databases.