Review the results and edit the Search to match your assignment requirements. Limit by date, peer reviewed items, format, subject, etc.
Choose an article and access the full text. Click PDF, HTML, linked Full text or similar option, as shown in the examples below. (Click an image below to go to the article record.) Examples of full text links:
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If full text links are not available use the link options to find the article or request it through interlibrary loan.
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-- Full Text Finder (or similar link): Click to see if the article is available elsewhere in the Library. The link may go the library catalog, another database, or the article may not be available. Oral Roberts University Catalog links go to the journal record in the library catalog. You would then need to check to see if the library has the date(s) needed. If the date needed is available in the library, record or print the holdings information, including format (microform, CD-ROM, hard-copy), location and call number to find the journal then the article.
--Request from another library identifies that the article is not available at ORU and would need to be requested through interlibrary loan. If you need the article, click on the link and complete the form to request it throughopens new window interlibrary Loan(ILL). Note: There is usually a small fee for ILL materials.
Visit the One-Stop Library Services Desk, LRC-4th floor LINC (Library Information Commons-the glassed in area), or use the online options available at opens new windowAsk-A-Librarian if you need help.
Use the chart below to guide you in developing effective search expressions.