Answered By: Jane Swiszcz
Last Updated: Jul 25, 2019     Views: 17

If the article was found in a database, go back to the database and find the article again by duplicating your original search or searching by the author or title from your citation. 

Once you find the article, be sure that you are using the proper URL for the linking to the article. Often, the URL in the address bar at the top of the browser window is not meant to be used to return to the article.  Look for a "persistent URL" or a "permalink". Either of these will be a permanent link to the article.

Ask at the Library Desk to get more help from a librarian..

 

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