Article databases are searchable by keyword, author, title, etc. Many of the results provide direct links to the articles in the library's ejournals. To find articles available only in print, type the journal name in the library catalog, BULS. If the library has the journal, check holdings for the year your article was published. The journal's call number will take you to its library location. If the library does not have the journal, request the article from Interlibrary Loan.
BULS (Boston University Libraries Search) is another way to find journal articles. Type your keywords in the search box and use the filter on the right to limit to articles.
BULS is where to start when you have an article citation you found in a book or article bibliography or list of references. Type the article title in the search box. If there is no result, type the journal name in the search box to see if the library has the journal in print and the year you need. If it does not, request the article from Interlibrary Loan.