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HIS 471: Slavery and the South: Finding Full-text Material

Locating an Article by Journal Title

JOURNALS


To locate a Journal:

1st: Use our Journal Search to see if the journal is available online or in print.

2nd: No online or print access? Request an Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad).

 

Finding Full Text in a Database Search

When full text is available within a database, you can usually access it in one of two ways:

  • Limit to full text BEFORE the search

Most databases allow you to limit your results to full-text before you search.  Be aware that this means you might miss relevant articles that are only in the database in title/abstract form.

limit Search results to full-text

  • Locate the full text after the search
    (shown in tutorial below)

Not Sure Where to Look? Contact Us!

If you're not sure if we provide access to a particular resource, get in touch with us!  We'll be happy to walk you through the steps of tracking down your item.

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