The cardinal rule when searching the e-Journal finder is: start by searching for the journal title and NOT the article title.
It is not possible to search for the title of a journal article using the e-Journal Finder. Carefully check the citation that you have and identify the title of the journal first, and type the journal title into the search box.
Chichilnisky, G. 1996. ‘A robust theory of resource allocation', Social Choice & Welfare, Vol. 13 (1) pp. 1-10.
Search or browse the e-Journal Finder using the journal title, e.g. Social Choice & Welfare. Once the journal is identified, then follows the year, the issue number and/ or the page number(s) to help us retrieve the article for which we are looking.
With the e-Journal Finder you have three ways to search for the journal:
For more instructions visit the page to see Screen Captures illustrating a Find e-Journals Search.
If the article you need is published in a journal that cannot be found via the Unisa Library Find e-Journals, then check to see if the Unisa Library subscribes to the print version of the journal.
To find out if the Library subscribes to a journal in print, run a journal title search on the Library Catalogue as follows:
If the Library subscribes to the print version of the journal, you may request the article via the online request form in the Library Catalogue. The procedure to follow is:
If the Unisa Library does not subscribe to a journal in the print or electronic medium, and if you are a registered master's or doctoral student or a Unisa staff member, then you may request the article you need on Interlibrary Loan (ILL). This is a free service.
To request an article on Interlibrary Loan, do the following:
For more information on the Interlibrary Loan service visit the LibGuide.