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The default settings are to search *everything* and to only show direct links to *full text*
To search only articles, check the box marked "academic journals" under "source type"
To see citations that don't have full text attached, uncheck "available in library collection"
Searching in individual databases
There are several reasons you may want to search in individual databases:
If you are trying ZipSearch and are getting too many results, that is one way to limit your search
For Music Databases, click here; for Education Databases, click here; for Psychology Databases, click here.
How to get the article you find
You found the perfect article; now how do you get the full text?
Sometimes the complete article is available immediately. You will see a link for the PDF or HTML version of the full text if the article is available from that database. If it is available from another database that the University of Akron subscribes to, there will be a link that says "full text through LinkSource". If you click on that link, you should be redirected to the full text.
If the full text is not available, click on the button that says "request through InterLibrary Loan" to automatically request the item. If the database doesn't have that button, write down the citation information, and enter the request through InterLibrary Loan manually. (see Tutorial tab for help)