There are several ways to seek help from a librarian:
· As a Rutgers student, you generally do not have to pay to get the full-text of an article. If Rutgers does not own or subscribe to it, request the article through interlibrary loan. Just be sure to try the following methods first...
With the many online and print journals that Rutgers University Libraries subscribes to, it is very likley we have the full-text of the article you need. Try steps #A-C below, but if they do not work, request the article through interlibrary loan (step #D)...
A. Within many of our library databases, you may find that the full-text of articles is available either in PDF format or HTML format. In that case, simply click on the Adobe Acrobat PDF icon or HTML link.
B. If the full-text of an article is not available through that particular database,
C. If you receive no results when looking up the periodical title in the library catalog, double-check our "Electronic Journals & Publications (A - Z list)" (http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?profile=pfi). If the coverage dates listed next to the names of our online resources are within the date of when your article was published, click on that link. Otherwise, follow the directions in step #D below to request an interlibrary loan.
D. For Article Delivery or Interlibrary Loan, log in with your NetID and password:
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