What do I do if a citation doesn't link to full text?
Some databases may not have full-text for individual articles. If there is no full text, look for links that say "Article Linker," "Check for Full Text" or a button that looks like this:
The article may be available electronically in another database. If you select that button, you will see a screen that looks similar to this:
If the article is available electronically, you will see a red link for "article" under step 1. Sometimes an article may be available and you will only see a red link for "Journal." In this case if you click journal, you will be taken to a page for that journal and will need to use the citation information to locate the article in question. Stop by one of our information desks or give us a call for help with these issues
If the article is not available, follow the instructions under step two to search for a print copy.
If there are no copies available at UA, you can click the link for ILLiad in step 3 to submit an Interlibrary Loan request. When the request is filled, you'll be sent a copy via email.