Databases allow you to limit search results to only articles with full text. Look for the full text check box.
This may be "good enough," especially if your search results are large. However, there are times that limiting your results will not let you see key articles that might be critical to your project. The Library can always help you track down these articles to help expand your research. Below are some other tips:
In your results list:
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Find articles, books, videos, and more with Smart Search. Refine your results by material type, date, and more.
For additional search options, use Advanced Search. To log into your account, see Managing Your Smart Search Account.
Mobile users: If you can't see the Search button, push Go on your device's keypad instead, or visit the Smart Search homepage for a mobile layout.
If you have the citation for an article, use either the Online Journal List or the Library Catalog to see if full text is available.
What if Article Linker does not find full text?
Search the Online Journal List.
Why isn't every article available full text?
What is Science Direct?
It is a free article delivery service for our students. The Library uses this pay-per-view service to provide access to Elsevier journals. Use the "Order Document" button (see sample below) to request the article... free to you. It will be delivered by e-mail in 24 hours.