Answered By: Justin Dise
Last Updated: Sep 16, 2021     Views: 464

1. When searching in article databases, you'll come across some articles where the full text isn't available in that specific database. Instead of a link to view the PDF of the article, you'll see a link that says 'Search Daemen for Full Text' or something similar to this.

2. Click this link to search all Daemen Library database subscriptions for the full-text article. If it's available, you'll be automatically redirected to the database or journal website where you can view/download the article. You may need to hunt around the page to find where the PDF download link is located.

3. If the full text isn't available through any library resources, you'll be directed to a page with a link to fill out an Interlibrary Loan request form.

If you've come across the title of an article while reading or when searching in Google, you can quickly see if Daemen has full-text access to that article.

1. Search the title of the article in the catalog search on the library homepage. It can be helpful to put the title within quotation marks to search it as an exact phrase.

2. Find the correct article from the search results. If it has a button that reads "view full-text," click that to access the article. If no button is present, then you can request the article through Interlibrary Loan by scrolling down and clicking the 'Request item through Tipasa interlibrary loan' button.