Some of our databases provide full-text articles (indicated by a PDF or HTML link after the citation). Others only show you the titles of articles. For these, click Article Linker to find out whether we own the journal in print and/or online. Note the year of the journal article and make sure we own the year you need!
If we don't own the journal article you need, you may order through InterLibrary Loan (See tab).
For help in distinguishing scholarly journals from popular journals, see the Scholarly v. Popular page from our Research Process Guide.
If we don't have access to an article or book:
You can request an electronic copy of it (It's FREE!) from another library using Interlibrary Loan. This can usually take 1-2 days for articles or up to 1-2 weeks for books.
New Users can sign up or existing users sign in below:
If you've already got a citation (article title, journal title, volume, issue, publication date, page number(s)), follow these steps to locate the full text of your article:
1. Click on the Journal Titles tab from the library search bar.
2. Enter the title of the journal and then click the SEARCH button. Make sure that you are searching with the title of the journal, not the title of the article itself.
3. Locate the correct title from the results list.
4. Click the title to check if the library has the dates you need.
4. Click Access Journal to link to the article you are looking for.
5. If the journal or date you need is not available, Order the article from our interlibrary loan module:
Databases are collections of articles and other sources, grouped by subject and/or time period. This is great for in-depth searching of a given discipline.
Here's a list of our databases, with full descriptions of each: