Sometimes you will have a citation for an article and need to locate the full text so you can read. This usually occurs when a professor or fellow student shares a citation with you. Or when you've read a reference source or another article that includes a bibliography. Follow these steps to find an article from the citation.
We'll use this article as an example:
Baker, L. R., & Oswald, D. L. (2010). Shyness and online social networking services. Journal Of Social & Personal Relationships, 27(7), 873-889. doi:10.1177/0265407510375261
Try searching for the title of the article in Articles Plus or Google Scholar. Often the PDF Full Text of the article will be here or you can use the FindIt! with Linksource link to access the full text.
This video shows you how to set up Google Scholar to show you FindIt! links to Ohio University Libraries resources.