Answered By: Library Staff Last Updated: Mar 22, 2016 Views: 95
Since you only need one article, you can use some of our more general finding tools. This is an example of using our Library's onesearch.
Use the OneSearch window on the library homepage; change the pulldown to "Articles", type your search term(s) in the search box and click the magnifying glass icon.
If you can't think of a subject, see Wikipedia's list of human sexuality articles.
On the results screen, click on:
Full Text Only
(Allow the screen to refresh after every click).
Review the results for an article that seems to fit your needs (use your judgement)
Click on the full text link to get the article.
We have no filter for primary publications. Try to remember what your instructor said about identifying such items (the easy way) or read the detailed explaination of the concept (the hard way).
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