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1 FINDING ARTICLES AT VALLEY LIBRARY & ELSEWHERE 360 Link to Full Text

2 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.

3 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

4 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.

5 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.

6 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.

7 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.

8 Questions? You can get help in person, by phone, , or by chat. Reference Desk: Main Floor Valley Library Phone: or Chat: Look for the “Ask a Librarian” chat on library webpages


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