Answered By: Mary Francis Last Updated: Feb 27, 2019 Views: 24
When you find an article in Medline or PubMed that is not full text, you can search for it using Find a Journal from the library to determine if the library offers full text access. After going to Journal Finder, type in the name of the publication. This is the name of the journal/magazine. Journal Finder will then search through all of our databases and print holdings and let you know if and for what dates we have full text access to that title. If we have full text access, click on the hyperlinked database and search for your article. A video of this process is available at https://www.screencast.com/t/cWiVmt8QzF8. If we do not have full text, you can request the article using an Interlibrary Loan Form. Using this option, we will get the article from another library and email it to you for free.