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Finding the Fulltext from a Citation

If you have a citation and you want to get the fulltext, there are two ways to do it. 

  1. If you are already in a database, look for the Get it at LU button.  If it is there, click on it, and it will walk you thru if we have it in paper in the Library, if we have it electronically in another database, or if you need to use InterLibrary Loan (also called ILL, and discussed in more detail later) to get it.
  2. If you are not in a database, or do not have the "Get it @ Liberty" button, go to the Library Research Portal (from any Liberty.edu page, click Quick Links -> Library, then "Articles/Journals.").  On the right, towards the bottom, is the "Journal Finder" box; enter the title of the journal where your article is located into its search box and click "Go."

 

 

 

 

 

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Original InfoRM material © 2011 by the Liberty University Jerry Falwell Library. This tutorial incorporates material from SBU Library Research Guide, a tutorial developed by the Stony Brook University Libraries, © 2004, from Inflite, a tutorial developed by IUPUI, © 2003, from Searchpath, a tutorial developed by the Western Michigan University Library, © 2001-2002, and from TILT, a tutorial developed by the Digital Information Literacy Office for the University of Texas System Digital Library, © 1998-2002. This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated, provided that appropriate credit is given.