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Find It

  • If you are in a database, for example PsycINFO, and the PDF article is not right there, look for this FIND IT icon.
  • Use the FIND IT link to quickly check to see if we have this resource available electronically in any of our other subscription databases or journals.  
  • Follow the steps below to use the FIND IT link.

Step 1: Find It

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.

 

  • Direct Link to Article. If this link is not available or not directing you to the artilce, click on Journal Finder Step 2
  • Browse to Article. Ignore this link, if it is available
  • Full-Text Finder (previously called Journal Finder): Searches all of NSU's electronic resources for the full text article. Step 2
  • NovaCat: If the journal is not available electronically, local students (Davie campus) click on NovaCat, the library catalog, to search for the print journal Step 3  (Distance students skip to Step 4)

 

  • Illiad: If the journal is not available electronically or in print, request the article from the Interlibray Loan Department (ILL) Step 4

 

 

Here is an example of the results after clicking on

 

 

Step 2: Search the Full-Text Finder (previously called Journal Finder) for Electronic Journals

I. Search

 

 From the  results page for your selected article, click on Journal Finder option 

 

 

II. Results

 

  • If the journal is available electronically, there will be one or more resources listed.

 

  • ALWAYS check the date ranges and embargoes (if any) listed next to the resource. Check the date on your citation and select the resource that contains that year.

          If the year you need is not available, go on to Step 3 (Davie students) or Step 4 (Distance students)

 

Date Ranges:

Full-text availability dates. This will vary by resource.

If your date is not available, go to Step 3 (Davie students) or Step 4 (distance students)

 

 

Embargoes:

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

 

Tips:
  • Look for a list of years or volumes. Click on the correct one for your article.

 

  • Look for a link to the Archives, Back Issues, or Back List

 

  • Look for a search box and enter the article title.

Step 3: Search the Catalog for Print Journals

 

Step 4 Request an Article from Interlibrary Loan

  • Material not available in NSU's print and electronic resources can be requested from Interlibrary Loan (ILL).
  • This is a FREE service.
  • ILL will try to obtain the article from another library system in the United States.
  • Please keep in mind that this service can take several days.

 

 

 

STEPS

  1. On the results screen, click on Order this item through ILLiad
  2. Log in with your Nova ID & password
  3. On the first dropdown box, select if you are local (Davie) or distance
  4. The other required fields should already be completed
  5. Click on Submit Request
  6. If ILL is able to obtain the article, you will receive an email with a link to your ILLiad account.
  7. Log in and click on Electronically Received Articles to view the article (left side of screen)