Answered By: Jaclyn McKewan Last Updated: Apr 09, 2018 Views: 1
There are 2 main ways to find full-text. You can watch this video for an explanation or keep reading below:
The first way uses the NU Library website. Start at our Journal Finder page, then enter the name of the journal. Make sure you use the name of the journal, not the article. From there, if we have that journal electronically, you will see a list of databases that carry it. Click on any of the database links. From there you can browse by date to find the right issue, or do a search for the article's title.
The second way uses Google Scholar. Go to Google Scholar, then do a search for the article title, inside quotation marks. In the results that come up, some may show articles that are freely available on the web. If you see a result that's labeled "Full-Text @ NU Library" then that means Google Scholar is bringing you a result from our site. If you are on-campus this happens automatically, as your IP address tells Google that you are affiliated with NU. If you are off-campus, be sure to go to Google Scholar settings, then click on Library Links, do a search for "Niagara University" and check the box to add it to your libraries. Now your results will include searches from NU.