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Finding Full-Text

            

          If you don't see one of the above full-text links with your                                             Open another tab and go to GALILEO.  Click on  "Journals A - Z."
          article result, don't give up.  There is still a chance we                                               Type in the title of the journal, also known as the 'source' - do not
          may have access to full-text online.  (If given the choice,                                            use abbreviations.  Then choose "Exact Match" and  search.  If the
          PDF prints a more readable copy.)                                                                                  title comes up with "( Full text )" next to it, look at the coverage dates
                                                                                                                                                          to be sure what you need is available.

 

 

                                            

          If you see this instead (above), you can click on the first link option to search the GHC catalog for a print version, or go directly to GHC GIL-Find to search - remember to
          change the search field to "Journal Title."

 

Inter-Library Loan

ILL eDelivery

(From Kent State University Libraries Website)

If you are unable to find the full-text for an article you would like to use, most likely the library can obtain it for you via Inter-Library Loan.  Depending on how obscure the journal is, the article should be emailed to you within days.  Click on this link to fill out the request form.

Interlibrary Loan Form for Articles

Floyd Library - 706.295.6318 | Heritage Hall - 706.295.6321 | Cartersville Library - 678.872.8400 | Marietta - 678.915.5010 | Paulding Library - 678.946.1007 | Douglasville Library - 678.872.4237
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