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How can I find the full text of an article I found in a database?

Last Updated: Jul 01, 2014  |  15 Views
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Some databases will provide you with a link to "check eJournals" that will search all of our databases to see if the article is available. Some databases also provide a "search Stonehill catalog" link which will allow you to see the library's print or electronic holdings for that title. If the database you're using does not have those links, search the full text finder to see if the journal is available in another one or or databases. Use HillSearch to see if the library has print or electronic holdings for that item.

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