Answered By: Donna Bentley Last Updated: May 29, 2015 Views: 9
When there is no PDF or html full text linked to a citation to an article you have found in one of Wilson Library's journal databases, look at the citation to see if there is a link that says CHECK FOR FULL TEXT. When you click on that link, a program that we subscribe to called ARTICLE LINKER will look through the other databases to see if we have the pdf or full text of the article available for you to print or download. In the case of the article you want, when you click on CHECK FOR FULL TEXT, the pdf of the article is pulled from ScienceDirect, a database with science and social sciences articles. You can then download the pdf to your computer or onto a flash/USB drive.