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Learn how to locate the full-text of journal articles.
Last Updated: Jan 6, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide explains how to locate a full-text article in the Talbot Research Library. There are two ways of doing so:

  1. Use the Library's Journal Holdings list to look up journal availability (see below)
  2. Link directly to the electronic article from a citation in a database or search engine

Journal Holdings

If you have a citation to an article and you would like to find out if the Library subscribes to the journal that published it, search for the journal title in the Journal Holdings list*:

You will see in the search results whether the journal is available in print, electronically, or both:


Clicking "Print" will display a record indicating where the journal is located in the Library.

Clicking "Full Text" will link you to the table of contents for the journal in the publisher's website.


*Although this involves several steps, it is the recommended method of finding articles since the Holdings list contains records for ALL the Library's journals, including print.


Citation Linker (Journal Holdings Cont.)

You can now input a citation into our Citation Linker in Journal Holdings to quickly retrieve the full-text article (when available):

Enter part of your citation (partial title, full journal name, and publication year) OR a PMID and click "Look Up":

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