Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Jul 20, 2022     Views: 943

If you don't limit your searches in EBSCO or ProQuest databases to full text, you will come across articles that have only citations or abstracts.  If  the “Find It!” button is present, click it.   It will automatically check across all the Library's many subscription databases. to see if the journal  you need is available in another database.  

"Find It!" saves you time.  Without it, you would have to search several databases separately to locate the full text of an article.

If the journal you need is not available, consider placing an interlibrary loan request for the article using the citation information provided by the database.

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