Answered By: Jennifer Kasch
Last Updated: Aug 19, 2015     Views: 24

If you see 'find full-text' that may mean that we have access to the article through a different database or source than the one you are looking in OR it may mean that we don't have access to the article. Here's how to tell:

First, click the 'Find Full-Text' link:

Find full-text link

You may then see:

0 records retrieved for periodical search screen

In this case we do not have full-text access to the article you are looking for (in this case the article came from a journal called Sports Medicine that we do not have access to). You may then request this article via interlibrary loan by clicking on the link to request it. Keep in mind that it may take 7-10 days for an interlibrary loan item to arrive.

OR, YOU MAY SEE:

Found full text image

This means that we have access to the article through another database or source. Click on the link to find the article. It may take some browsing to find the article so if you need assistance feel free to contact a Madison College Library.

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