When you're looking for articles relating to a specific topic, Reed's journal article databases are often a good place to begin.
Find an interesting citation in one of our databases? Citations in Reed's databases will usually include a link to access the full text of the article or find a print copy. See this example.
What if you have a citation for a journal article (for example, one you found in a book or got from a professor) and want to access the article itself? Since many individual journal articles are not listed in the library catalog, search for the title of the journal in the library catalog. Use the pulldown menu to the right of the search box to limit your search to "Reed Library Only." Your search results will include any print or electronic holdings for the journal you need. If the article you are looking for is not available at Reed, you can request it from Interlibrary loan.