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Answered By: Sally Chik
Last Updated: Mar 05, 2019     Views: 165

You can search for a journal title via Library Search or Journal Search (from Library Search - top bar, third tab from left). You should be logged in when searching and requesting. 

Click on the link below the relevant holding. When multiple locations are listed, you may need to click the far right arrow to show holdings. 

Click Request a digital copy. Check the box next to partial to indicate you need an article from the Journal. You will need to enter the following details into each of the following fields so we can locate your request:


  • Article title
  • Volume
  • Issue


  • Article author
  • Start page
  • End page

If any information is incorrect or missing the request may be canceled. We may need to contact you from time to time for more information. 

(Not needed after can be left blank - please ensure that if a date is selected allows for at least 3 business days for the item to be processed.)

Once the details are entered, click Send Digitisation request. 

A copyright restriction notice will appear. Click on "I agree with the terms" to proceed with the request. A green box should appear confirming that the request has been placed and your place in the queue. 

Please allow a few days for the item to be digitised. You will receive an email (to your university email address) when the item is ready to be downloaded. It is best to save a copy of the item as you have a maximum number of 5 views/downloads from the link provided.