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How to get the full text of the articles you find
Hints are written under each database, but here is a summary:
If you have the specific citation
Do you know WHERE the Article is (what journal, conference, volume, pages, etc)? Use the UA Libraries Catalog.
For journals, use a
title search (EXACT title). For conferences, use a
keyword search. Pay attention to the volumes/years that we have. For more assistance, please contact me.
Need a SPECIFIC Article that Can't be Accessed Electronically and is Not in Our Library? Try
Need a reference and you cannot access it through UA Libraries, OhioLINK, or SearchOhio? Try Interlibrary Loan.
If you find the article in one of the library's resources
FOR THINGS IN ZipSearch, OR DATABASES IN ZipSearch:
Should have either full text attached, link to full text, or link to request via ILL
FOR THINGS NOT IN ZipSearch DATABASES
Get full citation
Double check in catalog (see left)
Request via ILL