Answered By: Kelsey Corlett-Rivera Last Updated: May 11, 2017 Views: 187
First, make sure the article isn't available online through the Libraries using the Citation Linker. You will be asked to log in with your directory ID and password (when off-campus).
That will take you to the Find It window, which will indicate whether the article is available online, in the catalog (i.e. we have a hard copy in the library), or if you need to request a scanned copy of it through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).
Faculty, staff, and students can request scanned copies of articles we have in hard copy through Scan & Deliver.
Also, try to google the title of the article (adding the author's last name if the title is common), as some authors or schools post the full-text of articles on freely available websites. This may be the fastest way to access the full-text, but it is not always successful.
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