Answered By: Paul Landers
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2018     Views: 286

The purpose of GoldRush is to help you locate the journal which published your article - not the article itself. Once you locate the journal, you'll leave GoldRush and continue your article search within the journal.

Helpful Hint - the most common mistake is searching GoldRush for anything other than just the journal title.


GoldRush in 2 easy steps:

  • Search GoldRush for the journal title (not the article title) from your full citation to locate the journal.
  • Leave GoldRush by clicking through to the journal and continue your article search in the following order:
    • Year > Month > Volume > Issue > Pages > Article

Helpful hint:

  • Take care not to confuse unrelated journals with similar titles. For example:
    • Infectious Diseases  and  Journal of Infectious Diseases are unrelated publications.
    • Cellular & Molecular Biology  and  Molecular & Cellular Biology are unrelated publications

See also:  I already know my article title. How do I locate it at TTUHSC?

See also:   What if TTUHSC does not have my article?