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Find Articles: Search All Databases  

Learn how to use Find Articles, the Libraries' discovery tool that searches most of our databases simultaneously.
Last Updated: May 30, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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What is Find Articles?

Find Articles is a software known as a "discovery tool." It allows you to simultaneously search 92% of the UNT Libraries' electronic resources. This means you can look for articles in EBSCOhost, JSTOR and many other databases with one search.

Find Articles also links you to the full text of articles, making it a quick way to get a handful of articles on a topic. It's great for short papers and a good starting point for more involved papers and projects.

For theses and dissertations, be sure to contact your library liaison to make certain you are searching all of the important databases in your topic area.


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Questions? Use Ask Us services (email, phone, or in-person help).

Subject specific help needed? Contact your library liaison for an appointment.
Visit our Library Services page to see what UNT libraries can do for you.

Video Tutorials for Find Articles

Find Articles is the default search in the central box on the Libraries homepage. The search is already limited to full-text, scholarly articles. View these tutorials to learn more about Find Articles and how to use its various features. Please fill out the tutorial evaluation after viewing any of the tutorials below, so we can use your feedback to improve them.

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