Tip: Finding Full Text

One question we hear frequently is:  how do I get the full text of an article? The two main things to remember are:

1. Always start from the library website
2. From the article citation, always select the red “Find Text @ UR” button

Example of Citation in CINAHL

Example of Citation with Find Text button in CINAHL

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Why start from the library website? Because when you access databases using library links, you will be connected to our journal subscriptions – otherwise you will be limiting yourself to what’s available for free online.

Most of the time you will be linked directly to the article. Find and select the “PDF” icon and the article will open.
Sometimes…
You will be taken to the library catalog. Look in the center of the Find Text @UR window for:
• A link to the electronic journal, OR
• Special instructions, OR
• Text indicating the article is NOT available electronically.
NOTE: If the article is not available electronically, you can order it through interlibrary loan. Happy searching!

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