The way to locate full-text articles depends on how much detail you have about the item. Start by clicking the E-journals tab on the Library homepage.
- If you have an e-journal citation, from the Library homepage, click “E-journal” to get started. Type the journal title in the box or use the MEDLINE abbreviation.
- If we have an online version of the journal, the title will be listed with the years of electronic coverage.
- In the event that we do not have electronic coverage, click “Try the Library Catalog” button to see if we have it in print in the Library.
- Journal title results are shown with links to the years of coverage. Choose the link to Journal button that matches the year of your citation.
Getting to Full-Text from Library Databases
From inside most Library Databases, when working on an article search for a topic, you will see buttons that say HSCLink. These buttons connect you to the Library’s e-journal system.
Things to remember
If you need help finding library materials, contact Askalibrarian, call (210) 567-2450, or come by the library.
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