Step 1: Try Googling It
Since there has been a large push to put Spanish-language journal articles online, try Google. Copy the title of the article you want and paste it in the Google search box. If the title is short, add the author (or the first author if there is more than one).
If the article is available full text online, it's very likely to be in the first 10 results in Google. Google is excellent at finding specific information if you type in really specific information!
But do double-check that it really is a published journal article, and not a draft of the article.
Step 2: Double-Check EWU Access
EWU Library Catalog Title Search -- Search to see if we have a particular periodical (journal, magazine or newspaper) online, in print or microfilm. Type in the name of the journal, magazine or newspaper in the box where it says "revista." (Just erase and type in your title.)
E-Journals -- Alphabetical list of the journals, magazines and newspapers we have online in our databases. It will not show if we have it in print or microfilm in the library.
Still Don't Have It? Step 3: Interlibrary Loan
If we do not have the periodical you are looking for, you may request specific articles via Interlibrary Loan. If you located the article via one of the free databases, you'll have to copy/paste the information about the article in a blank Request Article form. Give it a few days.