Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Jul 22, 2022     Views: 295

If you have the article's title, use Primo's advanced search options:

1.  Select "Title" in the field menu, and choose "is (exact)".  Or, if you know only part of the title, leave "contains" in place.

2. Type the article title into the search box. 

3. Choose Articles in in the Material Type menu.

4. Click "search."

Search for an article by title in Primo


If you have an author's name, see: How can I find articles or books written by a specific author?

If you have a journal title, see: Where can I go to see if we have a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper?

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