Very often you will have a citation in hand - either from your professor, or from the bibliography of a book or another article. The easiest way to find the article in question is to use the library's Journal Locator.
When you enter the name of the journal in which the article appeared, Journal Locator will search all of the library's databases as well as the print collection (located on the 2nd floor), and link you to the content for which you are searching, if it is available.
What do you do when we don't have a book or article you need?
Try these sources for scholarly research on your topic:
The FSC Review - These are shelved on the second floor with the other journals and magazines.
Book Review Index and Book Review Digest - Both can be found on the second floor after the Zs. You can find both series on the very last row at the end of the room.
Many library resources including article databases, eReserves, and eBooks are available off-campus. When prompted, enter your Falcon ID and password.
If you don't know your Falcon ID and/or password, contact the Help Desk at 978-665-4500 or visit their webpage.