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Willis N. Hackney Library

Finding Articles Using One-Search (Summon)

This guide will teach you everything you need to know about finding scholarly research and articles using the One-Search Tool

Accessing One-Search Results

Once you have a list of results, to access any of the articles in your list, click on the article's title (highlighted in aqua below):



When you click on the title to citation #3 above, for example, a separate tab will open, taking you out of One-Search and into the database where that article resides.  To see the full text of the article in this database from ProQuest, click on the "Full Text - PDF" tab (circled in orange) and the full text PDF (highlighted in yellow) appears on that tab:



There are also tools within most databases that allow you  to manipulate the article in a variety of ways:

  • Download it
  • Create a citation in a variety of styles (be careful to compare these to an example you trust, as you often have to make corrections)
  • Email it to yourself (in a particular citation style)
  • Print it, and more

In this ProQuest database, these tools are located on the right side opposite the title (highlighted below in orange):