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Exercise & Sport Science Research Guide

Starting points for research in sport and exercise science

Finding the "Full Text Finder" link

Look for the "Full Text Finder" or green circle link to determine if an article (retrieved from a library database) is available full-text (whole article) by following these three steps:



Finding the Full-text (without using the "Full Text Finder" link)

Finding if an article from a periodical (journal, newspaper, or magazine) is available:

Does the library have access to the article listed below?
Califf, R. M. (2018). A beginning to principles of ethical and regulatory oversight of patient-centered research. Annals of Internal Medicine, 169(8), 579-580. doi:10.7326/M18-2517

1. Click on the "E-JOURNALS" link and type the name of the journal or other periodical.

2. Find the coverage period (year, volume, issue#) that you need.

3. Click on the selected publishers/databases to direct you to the volume/issues.

4. Navigate database/publisher page to find the volume and issue#.


Free to You: 2 Ways of Finding the Full-Text

Articles requested through interlibrary loan (ILL) – if you can't find or access what you need online, you can request it for free.