Answered By: Reference Student Assistant 2
Last Updated: May 20, 2022     Views: 112

You can find the full text of articles from a list of search results.

  1. Start at the libraries website and type your search terms into the main search box.
  2. Change the drop-down menu from "Everything" to "Catalog and Articles." 
  3. Hit search, you will get a list of results.
  4. On the left-hand side, there are several tools that you can use to limit your results, including a filter for "Available Online." 
  5. Once you locate an article you want the full-text PDF for, click into that record. 
  6. Click on "Download PDF" if the option is available. This will take you to a new window with the full-text PDF. Save this to your computer. 
  7. You can also click on "Available Online" and click into one of the databases listed. Locate the article within the database, and access the full text.

When downloading a PDF it will often automatically download and you’ll have to retrieve it from the download folder on your computer.  If you run into problems, ask a librarian.


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