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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Debbie template - LHS: Journal articles

Find the Article from a Citation


  • Search PubMed (or another appropriate article database) by article title, then click the UC-eLinks button
  • You can also try searching Scopus, Web of Science, or Google Scholar by article title
  • Use the Citation Linker service: enter brief citation information to see if article (or book, etc.) available online or in the library

Another option:

  1. Search the OskiCat library catalog for the journal title (not the article title).
  2. Browse the online or print volumes for your article.

Find the PDF Copy of an Article

In search results, click the UC-eLinks icon button to check for an online copy of the article.

Looking for a 2019 Elsevier/ScienceDirect article

Core Public Health Article Databases

Selected Additional Databases

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