If the full text article is not immediately available in the database, follow the steps on this page to search for the article.
The Find It link will search for the journal, that contains the article, throughout the library's electronic & print resources
In the database, click on the link located next to the article citation. A new window will open with the article citation and several links listed below it.
Here is an example of the results after clicking on
Full-text availability dates. This will vary by resource.
If your date is not available, go to Step 3 (local students) or Step 4 (distance students)
Full text articles are not available during the embargo period.
Example: an embargo of 7 months means no full text for the past 7 months.
III Browse for Article
1. Once you have selected the correct resource, click on the title.
2. Another window will open to the resource, but not your specific article. You will need to browse for the correct year/volume/issue.
3. Once you select the correct year/volume/issue, you will see a list of articles for that specific issue. Browse the list until you find the article.
Every resource looks different, the screenshot below is just one example
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