Can I get the complete article in a database if it doesn't have a full-text link?


Many times you can connect to the full text of an article by clicking on the orange "find it" button next to the article's title in a database's list of results. 

Clicking on the "find it" button opens another browser window that often shows different ways that you can access the full text of an article.  The links on the "find it" page take you to the full text of articles found on publisher web sites or in other databases.

If "Find It" doesn't pull up the full-text of an article, you can try requesting it through InterLibrary Loan (ILL). You'll need the full citation information through ILL. Please see the link below for more information, including how to request through ILL. 

  • Last Updated May 16, 2017
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