Click the "i" for more information on a database.
These resources provide contextual information.
Article citations have a journal/periodical title in addition to the article title. They will usually also show a volume and issue number.
Book citations generally show a publisher and a city of publication. Book chapters will include the title of the chapter as well as the name of the book.
If you have a complete article citation, or even just a journal title, you can use the PennText article finder on the Library homepage.
To find the full-text of an article, enter the journal name into the PennText article finder. A pop-up box will give you options to access the article online, in print, or the option to request through interlibrary loan.
If your citation is a book, use Franklin, the Library catalog. Franklin will help you find the library in which the book is located, and the call number.
You can search for a specific book by title, author, or ISBN. You can also do a keyword or subject keyword search to find books on a particular topic.
Resources for locating books:
Book not at Penn? Request it from another library using BorrowDirect or EZ-Borrow!