Answered By: ESU Libraries and Archives Reference and Information
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2015     Views: 83

Not necessarily. Try the Journals tab at http://www.emporia.edu/libsv and search by the title of the periodical (journal, magazine, newspaper).

That will tell you if the full text is available in another database or if the library owns the periodical in print or film format. If the full text is available in a database, it is important be sure the date coverage of the database matches the exact date of the article you seek. If we do not have the journal available in print or online, then I recommend that you check the title of the article in Google Scholar at http://scholar.google.com. If that doesn’t work, then you can order the item through Interlibrary Loan by clicking on the Request an Interlibrary Loan link in the menu on the right side of the home page for the library.

If you qualify as a distance education student, you can request a scanned copy of an article in print or microform to be sent to your ESU E-mail address.

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