Answered By: Jeffrey Orrico
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2017     Views: 37

Sometimes, Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com) is able to link you (on campus) directly to scholarly articles in our databases or (from anywhere) to copies of articles that have been posted on open archives, etc. 

When you have a Google article citation or an abstract from another source, use the Journals by Title tool on the library homepage to see if we have that journal in our electronic, paper, or microfilm collections (check dates for coverage).

When you see the "Check for full text availability"  link after an abstract, click on it to search for that article in another one of our collections.  It may provide a direct link to the article.  If you're signed on to ILLIAD Interlibrary Loan, it can save typing by populating a request for a copy with the information required.  Also use the Journals by Title tool to double-check if the journal is in another collection before you submit the ILL request.

Ask a reference librarian for more help in accessing the article you need in full-text.

 

 

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