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Answered By: Sarah Johnson Last Updated: Jan 04, 2017 Views: 101
When you see the "Get Article" link in a database, it means the database doesn't have the article available for immediate access. Clicking "Get Article" initiates a search for the article across our other databases.
If the article is available in another database, you will see a link to the database where you can access the article.
If it isn't available in any of our databases, you will see the message, "no full text" and a link to our interlibrary loan request form.
We recommend placing an interlibrary loan request when an article isn't available to read immediately from our databases. We can usually get it for you from another library within a couple of days. To place a request, log in to ILLiad, our interlibrary loan management system: Interlibrary Loan Login
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