Four ways to find full text in html or pdf
1. The article is linked to full text from the citation record in the database. You may see “Full text” or the Adobe Acrobat pdf symbol after the citation, abstract and subject headings.
2. Click on in the citation record. You will be connected immediately to the article or to the publisher's page for the article where you can select PDF. If the University Libraries does not subscribe to the journal, you will see a page offering you the option to perform a quick search of the library catalog which includes records of all journal holdings owned by the University Libraries. By clicking on “Search the library catalog by Title,” you can verify that electronic access is not available. You may also discover that print holdings are held in one or more of the Rutgers libraries. This may influence your decision to check the shelf or request an electronic copy of the article.
3. Search the library catalog directly to find information about all journal holdings including their extent and their format.
4. Consult the listing of Electronic Journals and Publications. The website includes a search box as well as a subject list of the University Libraries’ electronic journal titles. (http://atoz.ebsco.com/titles.asp?id=1729&sid=64136061&TabID=2)
When the University Libraries doesn’t own a journal title you want, you may request a copy of the article for delivery to your desktop. This process takes 24 hours or less. Start your request by going to the University Libraries home page and clicking on Services & Tools, the second choice from the left on the red bar at the top of the screen. Please select the first choice, Borrow/Request/Renew." On the next screen, you'll see the link to "Request ARTICLES." By clicking on the link, you will be ready to sign in. There is another link to the Interlibrary Loan option when you click on the button in the article citation in an index. If the requesting process is new to you, more information is described in the following brief tutorial.
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