Many articles in FIND IT! will have a PDF Full Text link within their description on the search page or on the landing page when you click on the article's title.
Clicking the PDF Full Text link will allow you to read the article right there in your browser or download it to your hard drive.
Occasionally, an article won't have a PDF link but will give you the option to check for full text at WNE.
This means the library may have access to the full-text through another database.
The "check for full text" link will bring you to the Full Text Finder. The Full Text Finder page will either:
The Full Text Finder shows that this article is accessible on the JSTOR database.
Clicking the link will bring you to the full-text article.
Because publications and articles cost money, we don't have access to every article that's ever been written. Sometimes an article won't be accessible from library databases or the Full Text Finder.
But if that happens, don't panic! D'Amour offers interlibrary loan (ILL) to members of the WNE community. We can get you the article from another library—usually in less than a week.
You'll just need to fill out the ILL request form, which you can access from: