Go to the library homepage: www.library.up.ac.za
On the blue navigation bar across the top, point to Libraries & Units.
Select the Humanities faculty library from the drop-down menu that appears.
When the page opens, to the left of the screen you will find a heading that reads: "Select a Subject related database".
Click on the + sign to choose your subject from the list, e.g. Afrikaans.
This will take you to suggested links to recommended databases and platforms for Afrikaans studies.
Begin your search using the most relevant keywords.
Remember to search using keywords in singular and plural form, and where relevant, in English and Afrikaans! Also think of synonymous terms to search.
Go to www.library.up.ac.za
On the blue navigation bar across the top, point to Search. A drop-down menu appears. Choose e-Journals.
Once the page has opened, type the title of the journal in the e-Journal search box
The results page will display all the platforms that host the journal electronically.
The date ranges displayed indicate the issues available via each platform.
Select the most appropriate platform for your search.
The journal page should open up now.
Navigate through the different issues of the journal listed to find the correct year, volume, issue and page number and thus, finally, the relevant article.
Library & Information Science Source (Ebscohost)
Periodicals Abstracts Online (Proquest)
Periodicals Index Online (Proquest)
Please refer also to the Databases tab in this libguide. A link is provided there to the Humanities Faculty Library webpages, where subject recommended databases are listed.
Academic Search Complete (Ebscohost)
Africa-Wide Information (EbscoHost)
Humanities Source (Ebscohost)
MLA International Bibliography (Proquest)