Q. I've located an article I would like to print out in the full-text, but it doesn't seem to be there. What other options do I have?

Answer

  1. Click on the option that says "Journals A-Z from the LIbrary Home Page.   This journal may be available in another database in the full-text, because database publishers sign individual agreements with many different journal publishers.   
  2. On the next screen, a box will appear where you will type in the name of the journal or magazine that you are looking for. If the journal is covered in the full-text by any of the databases that we own, the names of the databases will appear.
  3. Pick  one of the databases that covers the date when your article was written. 
  4. When you do this, all of the issues will display by year and you can open up the issue in which your article appears and print it out in the full-text. If the desired year of coverage is not available, then interlibrary loan is your next best option.

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  • Last Updated Jul 01, 2016
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  • Answered By Nancy Bobrek

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