How can I obtain the articles I need (part two)?
What information you need in order to find a specific journal article you are looking for.
Library searchis the first and best way to see if the journal article you are looking for is available electronically and in full text or in print.
If you know the name of the journal you are looking for and want to search to see if it is available electronically, go to the 'e-Journals:A-Z' web page.
There are some journals which are not available electronically. Each campus has print journal collections. At most libraries you cannot take a journal out of the library, but under copyright law you can photocopy one article per journal issue to remain within copyright restrictions .
Journal articles held at another campus library
If Library search indicates that the journal you are looking for is held at another campus library, you can request a photocopy of the specific article you are looking for to be sent to you by using the UWE Library Services intercampus requests service.
Journal articles not available at any UWE campus library
If a journal you wish to see is not available at any of the UWE campus libraries you may be able to request an inter-library loan.
An inter-library loan is when UWE Library Services gets a copy of the article from another library (normally the British Library) on your behalf. The cost is covered by UWE Library Services but you will need to make an inter-library loan requestelectronically.