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Finding the Full Text of Articles

Found the perfect article but there is no link to the full text? We might have access through another database. Here's how to check.

Full Text

Full text (access to the resource) is indicated in a database by the follwing icons and links:

In PDF Format
In HTML text
Clicking will take you to PDF or HTML retrieved from another database or site.

 

Clicking will take you to the electronic version (streaming audio, video; PDF, HTML) or the library catalog, where you can see where to aceess the print version of the journal in Moore or Talbott Library) 

     

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In Library One Search, links like this will bring you to the resource (streaming audio, video; PDF, HTML) in a different database or in an open-source scholarly repository on the web.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 If you do not see one of these links in the results screen of the full citation, we most likely DO NOT have access to the journal (or book, if searching Library One Search, which contains citations for books we may not own. It is always best to double check the library catalog directly for book titles.) 

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USE the Find Journals link on the Libraries' homepage to see if the Libraries own or have access to the print or electronic versions of the journal title.

Entering the name of the journal and clicking on the Search button will display a list of journals matching your search terms.

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Select the item you want and click on “Full Text Access” which appears below the item (see image below). 
This will produce a list of databases and/or links to the library catalog(s) to direct you to the full text of the
journal in electronic or/and in print formats.

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