Finding Articles In the Databases. DATABASES. The databases are where you go to search for either articles or for article citations. FULL TEXT ARTICLES. Many of the databases contain ARTICLES IN FULL TEXT
Finding Articles In the Databases
The databases are where you go to search for either articles or for article citations.
If an article is not FULL TEXT in a database you may be able to find it FULL TEXT in another database.
How do I do that?
I’m glad you asked!
You can ask our “Webridge” software to check our catalog and all of our other databases for you.
HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES…
Simply click on the “Check for Full Text” link and it will direct you to the article if it is available.
1. Click on the link “See more details for locating this item”, then…
2. Click on Find Full Text
If the article is not available you will see a screen that gives you the option of ordering that article through Interlibrary Loan. Here is an example…
Click on this button to request the article.
Articles are typically available within 24-48 hours during the weekdays.
If the article is available you will see a screen showing you where it can be found, either in another database or in the library’s print holdings or both. Here is an example…
Follow the links to find your article.
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This resource has been developed by the Reference Librarians of George Fox University.For further assistance, please contact us.We are happy to help!