Answered By: Kelley Plass
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2016     Views: 24

When an article shows up in a database as "linked full text" it means that the Lewis University Library does not have access to the full-text of the article in that database.

To see if the Library has a copy of the article in our collection, go to the Library website and enter the title of the article in the Summon search box in quotation marks "".

If we have access to the full-text of the article, it will show up in the Summon search results as "full-text online".

However, if the results show as "citation online", then unfortunately, we do not have access to the full text of the article in our collection. In this case, a librarian can help you find out if the article is available through interlibrary loan.

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