The most efficient way to search is usually to begin by limiting to Full-Text articles only . That way you know you will have access to all the articles you find.
If you do not find enough articles, broaden your search by removing the limit to full-text, and/or by changing your search terms to something less specific.
“ Get Article” link Articles that are not full-text in WilsonWeb will have a “Get Article” link. Click this link to search our other databases for the full-text of the article.
This article was found in the database Sage Premier
If the article is not found, you will see this screen: In other databases, the “Get Article” function is called “LinkSource” Don’t give up yet! It is possible we have the article in PRINT. Ask a librarian how to find out. If we do not have it in print either, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan. www.fhsu.edu/library/ILL/index.shtm l
A Full-Text (HTML) Article looks just like a word document—no graphics HTML articles can be translated into different languages, or you can listen to/download an audio recording
HTML article translated into Spanish You can print out the article, e-mail it to yourself, or save it to your computer or to a flash drive.
Some articles are available as a PDF (portable document format) A PDF article looks just like it does in the print journal, including any illustrations such as graphs. It also lists the page numbers , which you will need for your bibliography, so choose PDF instead of HTML when you can.
To Print or save a PDF article Click the printer icon in the gray frame at the top of the document (NOT the File-print command) to print the article, or click the file icon to save the article to your computer or flash drive.