Accessing an Article When the Full-text is Unavailable

If you are searching from the main search bar on our homepage, the results screen should already default to display articles that are available in full-text. However, if you want to expand your results and see if there are better articles, you can click on the box next to the "Expand My Results" on the left side of the search results page.

Resources that are currently available will say "Full text availableand show a green dot on it's display. Resources that are not currently available will say "No full-text"and show a gray dot on its display.

 

If we do not have access to the article you need, you can request the article using Interlibrary Loan. It may take a few days for your article to arrive. You might also want to try Googling the title of the article in quotation marks, as many articles are often available for free online. If you have any trouble accessing an article that says "Full text available" you can always talk to us and we will try to troubleshoot the link and retrieve the article for you.

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