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When you find a citation in a database without the complete article, the Full Text link should direct you to another database which has the complete article. Look for this symbol EBSCO Full Text Finder logo

For database specific instructions, scroll down towards the bottom of this page to Links & Files.

If there is no link available or the link does not work, use the citation information to find it through:

Ejournals

If you know the title of the journal, you can search Healey's ejournals for electronic journals. Follow these steps.

  1. From the Healey Library homepage select E-Resources
  2. Then click on Ejournals 
  3. Search for the journal title NOT the article title
  4. If the library subscribes to the journal, then you will see links to databases and/or publishers which contain full text articles with a specific date range
  5. Check the date of your citation against the date of the subscription. 
  6. Select the database or publisher link that fits your needs.
  7. Enter your last name and library barcode number.
  8. Browse or search for your article.

In example below, the journal has a one year full text delay which means full text articles are not available online for the current year. If the library does not have an electronic subscription to the journal, then request the article through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

Full text finder results

Print Journals

Search the journal title in Healey Catalog to see if the library has the journal in print or microfilm. Check the date of the journal under the holdings information. Use the call number and location to find the journal.

If you want an electronic copy of an article that is only available in print or microfilm, you may request it through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

journal holdings

InterLibrary Loan

If the library does not have the article you need, request a copy of the article using Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

Media

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