Found a good article? Now you need to know whether you can get the full text.
If you've run a database search, the article's record may have a "Full Text" or "PDF" link - that's great: click to get the full text. If not, look out for the Full Text Finder icon - click this to find out if we have access to the journal.
If you found the article another way, search eJournal Title Search for the journal (not article) title to find out if we have access to the electronic version. If not, run a "journal title" search on WebCat to see if we have it in print.
Referencing articles you've used is important - it demonstrates that you've researched your topic, it allows others to find the article to read for themselves, and it avoids accusations of plagairism.
If there isn't a tab (above) with specific referencing advice, check out our general guide to referencing. Remember to follow the correct guidelines for your subject!
Our search engine DelphiS (see box above) enables you to find journal and magazine articles quickly and easily. For a more focussed and in-depth search, try one of these databases....
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Alternatively, some resources may have an "institutional" or "Shibboleth" login option. Use this and log in with your University username and password.