When looking for the full-text of an article, you need to search for the journal title first - usually in italics - then the year, volume number, issue number and page numbers. We subscribe to a large number of eJournals.
TOP TIP: Some people search the eJournals A-Z list first but don't forget the print journals too! The library catalogue will tell you in the print journal search what years and volume numbers we have for reference use only in the LRC.
Referencing a journal article in the British Harvard 2010 referencing style:
BENNETT, R., LAPLANTE-LEVESQUE, A. and EIKELBOOM, R.H., 2019. How do hearing aid owners respond to hearing aid problems? Ear and Hearing. January-February, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 77-87.
BENNETT, R., LAPLANTE-LEVESQUE, A. and EIKELBOOM, R.H., 2019. How do hearing aid owners respond to hearing aid problems? Ear and Hearing [online]. January-February, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 77-87 [viewed 10 April 2019]. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/AUD.0000000000000595
Access to eJournals is seamless if you're on campus or logged in via Remote Access. You can still access them off campus - look for the Sign In or Log In options at the top of the screen, select either the Shibboleth or Institutional Log In option and then enter your QMU username and password when prompted.