How do I find an article by title in LibrarySearch?

To find an article by its title, type the title in double quotes into the search box on the UTL homepage. This will search for the title as a phrase.You can also go straight to LibrarySearch and type the article title in double quotation marks. Make sure to select ARTICLES and click on the magnifying glass icon to search.

See also:  Find articles & books by DOI

screen capture of a search for the article 'Tracing the spiral structure of the milky way'

The individual article record contains many features and functions as shown below.  Click on the ellipsis (the three dots ... to the upper right) to bring them up.

  • Email
  • Permalink
  • Create a citation
  • Print
  • Export to a citation manager such as Zotero or Refworks
  • You can also pin the record to save it as one of your favourites.

screen capture of an article record, showing functions like get link, cite, send to a citation manager, etc.

Other helpful features in the article record:

  • Click on the PDF icon to download the full-text article right from within the record!  
  • If the source is licensed, you will need to login with your UTORid to view it.
  • In this example, the source is identified as an Open Access, so it is freely available to anyone – no login required.
  • If something is not working, you can report it as a problem

For more information on using all the many features and functions of LibrarySearch, have a look at this guide on using the new system.

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