4. Choose one database and sign on using your University of Melbourne username and password.
5. Once you are in the chosen database you can search for your articles by browsing the appropriate volume.
If you have the citation but the journal title is abbreviated, you need to find out the full title of the journal before you can search the Library Catalogue.
1. Use, for example, Cardiff Index to Abbreviation.
2. Click ‘Search’ and you can see the full title of the journal.
3. Look for the journal title in the catalogue at: http://cat.lib.unimelb.edu.au/ and follow steps above.
Sometimes a journal title does not come up in the Catalogue page. It does NOT necessarily mean that we do not have it but maybe it is buried in a database such as Lexis.com or Westlaw. There are several approaches to deal with this:
b) in Lexis.com, under ‘Search’ click ‘Find Sources’
c) Type the name of a journal title in the search field, as shown below, and hit ‘Find’.
d) In Westlaw, you can type the journal title in the main search field.