Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Feb 01, 2016 Views: 17453
Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2016 Views: 17453
If you've found what might just be the perfect article, and the full text isn't there:
First, try Google Scholar: https://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):
- Use the APUS Find a Journal search to double-check for it in our databases. See step-by-step instructions here.
- 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.