Answered By: MaryAlice Wade
Last Updated: Jun 21, 2023     Views: 100

Most databases contain a mixture of citations that have a link to the complete article (called "full-text") and those that just have the abstract or summary of the article available. There is usually a way to limit your search to full-text only, often on the side of the search results page. Once you've limited your search to full-text, all the citations that come up in your results should have a link underneath to the complete article. It will say PDF full-text, or HTML full-text.

If the article you need does not have a link to full-text, it may have one that says Find it at Forsyth. Clicking this will search other databases for the article and provide a link if we have it.  If it is not found, you can obtain the article through Interlibrary Loan.

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