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FINDING ARTICLES AT VALLEY LIBRARY & ELSEWHERE 360 Link to Full Text
Full Text No Full Text When you search a database like Ebsco Academic Search Premier, you’ll find articles in full text and articles that are not in full text.
If the article is online from another source, it will open up: When there’s no full text, use the 360 Link to Full Text to see if you can get it from another source. Click on
If the article doesn’t open directly, note the date and check the library catalog. If you don’t find it by title, search by the ISSN* *The ISSN is a unique number for this magazine.
You need an April1989 article. It’s in print in Valley Library, shelved by the call number N1.A25. Click on the word “Valley” to find the floor.
If you can’t get it online or in print in Valley Library, request it from Interlibrary Loan. Logon with your Onid username and password.
All the information is imported into a form. Just scroll down and submit it. The first time you use Interlibrary Loan, you’ll need to complete a registration form before you get to this step.
Questions? You can get help in person, by phone, email, or by chat. Reference Desk: Main Floor Valley Library Phone: 541-737-7293 or -7395 Email: Valley.Reference@oregonstate.eduValley.Reference@oregonstate.edu Chat: Look for the “Ask a Librarian” chat on library webpages