If you have an article citation (like the one below) and want to find that specific article, you can find it several ways.

1. Use the article title. Copy and paste the article title into the 1Search box. It is often useful to put quotes around the article title to find the exact title you want. Example:  "Feasability of a Home-Delivered Internet Obesity Prevention Program for Fourth-Grade Students"

2. Use the journal title. Copy and paste the journal title into the 1Search box. Example: "Pediatric Exercise Science"

Screenshot of the full text online link in 1Search

3. Click on the View Online link. Then click on the publisher's link. Use the links on the page that opens to connect to either the article or the journal. If there is only a link to the journal, navigate to the article using the date, volume, issue and page number information. Look for PDF links to open up the full-text of the article.