Finding Articles

UGA affiliates can access full-text journal articles in various ways. Several options are listed below.


Multi-Search: Searches about 130 GALILEO databases for articles, books and other resources.

Google Scholar: Searches for scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources, including journal articles, conference proceedings, books, theses, preprints, and more. Click on View It @ UGA or other PDF links to check for full-text. 

Databases by Subject: Recommended databases organized by subject.

Databases A-Z: A complete list of over 1,000 databases.

More options

"UGA Access"

If no PDF is available, click on the UGA Access or Find It @ UGA button to check for full-text or a print copy. You can also use the button to request a PDF or a print copy from another library.

Red arrow points to UGA Access button under an article

Have an article citation/reference?

Your best bet is to search for the article title in Multi-Search or Google Scholar. 

If your article does not appear, you can search for the journal title to check for full-text or print availability.

Search by journal title

You can search for journals by title to check for online full-text or print availability. 

Peer-reviewed articles

Many databases let you to limit to peer-reviewed (scholarly) sources by selecting a check-box. 

Database "Limit To" box that shows a checkbox for scholarly/peer-reviewed journals.