Answered By: Brian O'Donnell
Last Updated: Mar 07, 2022     Views: 317

The Citation Resolver is a quick tool to use when you have a citation for an article you need to find.
This tool allows you to copy and paste a citation formatted in preferred style (APA, AMA, Harvard, etc.) into the search box and results will appear in Discover! With the information, such as title, author, year, journal, volume, number, etc., you can link directly from one result to related records.
Keep in mind that there are some databases that will not be searched because they are not supported by EBSCO. Some examples are: IHS, Arts Collection from ProQuest and LexisLibrary.
If you do not find your article in the Discover!, you still have options:
1. Search databases directly via Databases page
2. Request it via Inter Library Loan.
3. Ask a librarian for help.

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