Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2016     Views: 16721

If you've found what might just be the perfect article, and the full text isn't there:

First, try Google Scholarhttps://scholar.google.com/

  • Before you search, set Google Scholar up to recognize full text links from the APUS Library (click here to learn how). 
  • Then, type (or copy and paste) the article title into the Google Scholar search box (double-check your spelling, and type quotation marks around the entire title for the quickest match). 
  • Click the search button, and look for PDF, HTML or "Full - Text @ APUS" links next to each title in your search results.

If you don't see the article you need in Google Scholar (or it links you to a pay-per-view site):

  • Submit an interlibrary loan request.  We will attempt to find a copy at another library and email it to you.  Find out how to submit a request by visiting the ILL page on the APUS Library website using the steps below
     
    1. Along the top of the page, click Online Research.
    2. In the expanded menu, look under Search for the Interlibrary Loan link and click it.

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