Looking for a specific journal? Type the journal title into the library catalog to access it.
Know the name of an article? Type the article title into the library catalog to access. If we don't have it, submit an Interlibrary Loan request.
For help decoding journal abbreviations, check out the CASSI Journal Abbreviations search tool.
Is the book or article not at PSU? Don't pay for a copy! Place a request through Interlibrary Loan, a free service for students, faculty, and staff.
- Go to the Interlibrary Loan Page.
- Look the blue Create Request button. Click the button for the material type you want, then fill out the request form.
- Articles are delivered to your email in PDF format, usually in 2-5 business days.
- Books are delivered to Lamson and can be picked up at the information desk in 1-2 weeks.
In one of these library databases
You have your own account to save (and find again!) those terrific articles you found. You can also save search terms, or create an alert for new articles available with your search terms.
To access your account:
AMA (American Medical Association) style is used for medicine or health publications, such as athletic training. Ask your professor if it is appropriate for your research.