Where do I find the full-text of an article?
LibSearch, our Library's discovery/catalog tool, and many other library databases provide the full text of articles online
- When reviewing your search results in LibSearch, look for a PDF, Read Online or Online access link to see if the library has access to the full-text of an article. (You should sign in with your St. Kate’s username and password to show all of the options, if you haven't already.)
- In the Access portion of the record, there will be links to one or more databases if the Library subscribes to the journal or has open access to the article.
- Click on any available link to be redirected to the full text of the article.
- If the Library doesn't have access to article, you will see the "Request via interlibrary loan" link (you must be signed in to see this link).
- If you're searching in a library database, some articles may be available in full text (look for a PDF or HTML link underneath the citation).
- For access to articles that aren't full-text in the database, click the purple “Find it” button. This will redirect you to LibSearch where you can follow the process outlined above.
- If the St. Kate's Library does not have access to the article, you can request it using our blank ILL form.
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