Answered By: Amanda Peach
Last Updated: Feb 03, 2015     Views: 17

When searching in the electronic resources, you often will find articles that you want, but they are not full text. Fortunately, Hutchins Library has a second way to verify whether or not we have a full text copy.

First, look at the article to find the Journal title.

At the bottom of the Library Webpage, underneath Research there is a "Electronic Resources". I will tak you to "A-Z Journal Titles." You can also find this page via the link below. This allows you to search by title all of the journals, electronic and hardcopy, that the library has access to.

Additionally, articles can also gotten through InterLibrary Loan if Hutchins Library does not have a copy.

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