Q. How do I find an article if I already have the citation?
For example, I know some information about the article like the title, the date of publication and the name of the journal it was published in.
Follow the directions to find a journal (see link below).
On the journal results page, you'll see a search bar where it says "Search within Publications." Search for your article title there. Alternatively, you can select one of the databases from the list under "Full Text Access" (each has a date range beside it, so be sure to select the right one). Click on the database and then browse by date, volume, etc. to get to your article.
Some journals withhold online access to recently published issues, called a Full Text Delay. If you see this, and the article you need is within that timeframe, you can request the article through the Interlibrary Loan Service.