Once you have completed your search and want to read the article, there are 4 ways to get access:
|Use the HSCLink||Every citation has the HSCLink embedded in it. This is your first option. Always check the HSCLink first.|
|Use the eJournal Locator||If the HSCLink doesn't work, navigate to the library's homepage and check for the journal by title.|
|Find a free copy||Use Google Scholar to look for a freely available copy. Be sure to check the version.|
|Use ILL||If the full text article is not available by any of the methods above, you can ask the library to get a copy for you using the interlibrary loan (ILL) service. This is free for students!|
If the library doesn't have access to the article you can request it through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and we will order it for you and send you a digital copy.
In most instances there is no fee for this service.