How Do I get an article that I already have a citation for?

  1. If you already know what article you want, try using Citation Lookup.
  2. If you can't locate the article with Citation Lookup, look for the journal title (NOT the article title) in the QuickSearch journal search. If the title you need is included in that list, click on the link with the appropriate date range. You'll then have to navigate to the year and/or volume that you need in order to get to the article.
  3. If Rutgers doesn't hold the journal you need, or if it's not available online, you may order a digital copy using Interlibrary Loan and Article Delivery. ILL and Article Delivery services are available to current students, faculty, and staff; faculty emeriti; visiting scholars/faculty and students; RBHS volunteer faculty; and Rowan and CCC affiliates.
  4. When the article is ready to view/download, you'll receive an email with information about accessing it.

If you have the DOI (digital object identifier), you can go straight to Interlibrary Loan and Article Delivery, choose Article Request, and enter the DOI to auto-populate the form.