Answered By: Joyce A. Miller Last Updated: Jan 08, 2018 Views: 9
Click to see the full record of the article. Look for a PDF or HTML link. Click it and the full article should appear.
Some of our databases are 100% full-text. Others offer a lower percentage of full-text links to articles. You can limit your article search by clicking the box "Full-text."
If you encounter an article listing that is not full-text:
- First, see if the listing has a link to check other library databases for the article. The SUNY Adirondack Library subscribes to about 120 different databases offering about 60,000 periodicals full-text. It might take a click or two to reach it.
- If you don't find the full-text article, ask a librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org). If it's not immediately available, we can obtain it for you from another library (interlibrary loan), a free service. See the link below, which offers a printable form and more information about ILL.
Make sure to ask a librarian for advice to save time!