1. having a citation in hand/ title search/ author search
A full journal citation consists of Author, Year of publication, Title of the article, Name of the journal, Volume number, Issue number and range page numbers
e.g. Balazs, N.L. and Jennings, B.K., 1984. Wigner's function and other distribution functions in mock phase spaces. Physics Reports, 104(6), pp.347-391..
Search Article title on Google Scholar or WorldCat Local Look for the EBSCO@UP link for PDF download on the right side. The Library has enabled its full text holdings on WorldCat and EBSCO Discovery Services (the Library's OpenURL linking service) in Google Scholar.
2. Creating keywords/phrase from your Research/assignment Topic:
for an example, your topic could be: Reconstruction of probability distributions in population genetics.
The highlighted phrase are your keywords. Place on the search box on Google Scholar or WorldCat Local. Please the below pdf on how to combine keywords/phrases