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    Finding full text-using the Find-it button Finding full text-using the Find-it button Presentation Transcript

    • Nova Southeastern UniversityHealth Professions Division LibraryFIND FULL-TEXT USING THE LINK IN THE DATABASES
    • What is Full-Text?Full Text - Refers to the electronic representation of adocument that includes the complete text of the originaldocument - usually a book or an article. PDF files provide a  HTML files provide the visual replica, or complete text and may scanned copy, of the include material as it was graphs, tables, images originally published in from the original. The print and therefore original formatting and preserve all page numeration is often formatting, page lost in HTML versions. numeration, and original images, charts, graphs, etc.
    • What is Find It!? Find It! acts as an intermediary service to create a shortcut link between a citation in a database and the full text of a document. Find It! Saves you time – you no longer need to write down the citation and then check the Journal Finder, NovaCat or other databases…Find It! does it for you. If full text is not available online, it provides other options for obtaining full text.
    • How to use Find It! Using Find It! is easy. When searching a database, you will see the Find It! button on citations that do not have the full text available in that database.
    • Journal Finder  Enter the journal name in the Find: box  Use an * to enter partial words, i.e. Biolog* Psy*  Other search options include Publisher, ISSN, or subjects  Searches can be for Contains, Begins With, or Exact Match  More options allow you to browse titles and to search by DOI
    •  The search produced 3 journal titlesJournal Finder containing the words Biological psychiatry  The first one is where our article appears  Notice that the journal is offered in electronic full-text format in the ScienceDirect database from 1995- present  Click on the link for ScienceDirect to navigate to the article
    • Navigating to the article Bienvenu, O. J., Samuels, J. F., Riddle, M.A., Hoehn- Saric, R., Liang, K-Y., Cullen, B. A. M., Grandoes, M. A., & Nestadt, G. (2000). The relationship of obsessive- compulsive disorder to possible spectrum disorders: results from a family study. Biological Psychiatry, 48, 287-293.  The opening page is for the current issue of Biological Psychiatry.  On the left side is a list of Articles in Press, which are the previous issues of this journal.  Our article was published in 2000, volume 48.
    • Navigating to the article Bienvenu, O. J., Samuels, J. F., Riddle, M.A., Hoehn- Saric, R., Liang, K-Y., Cullen, B. A. M., Grandoes, M. A., & Nestadt, G. (2000). The relationship of obsessive- compulsive disorder to possible spectrum disorders: results from a family study. Biological Psychiatry, 48, 287-293.  Click on the link for the Volumes/Year of the article.
    • Navigating to the article Bienvenu, O. J., Samuels, J. F., Riddle, M.A., Hoehn- Saric, R., Liang, K-Y., Cullen, B. A. M., Grandoes, M. A., & Nestadt, G. (2000). The relationship of obsessive- compulsive disorder to possible spectrum disorders: results from a family study. Biological Psychiatry, 48, 287-293.  From the list select the volume where your article appears.
    • Navigating to the article Bienvenu, O. J., Samuels, J. F., Riddle, M.A., Hoehn- Saric, R., Liang, K-Y., Cullen, B. A. M., Grandoes, M. A., & Nestadt, G. (2000). The relationship of obsessive- compulsive disorder to possible spectrum disorders: results from a family study. Biological Psychiatry, 48, 287-293.  Our article is #4 in the results list. Simply click on the PDF link to open the full-text.
    • Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division LibraryContact a librarian if youneed further assistance hpdref@nova.edu 954.262.3108 www.nova.edu/hpdlibrary