There may be a time when you are asked to pay for full text access by a publisher. Please don't. The library can usually get the article for you for free. Please Ask a Librarian for help if you run into this problem.
|NOTE: This guide uses Ovid MEDLINE to demonstrate how the Find it @ UVM button works. The location of this button in other databases will vary, but it is usually somewhere on the right hand side of the screen.|
Step 1. Run your search and select a citation for an article that you would like to read.
If there is no full text version of the article available, there should be a button labeled Find it @ UVM located somewhere in the citation. In this example, it is located on the right hand side of the screen.
Step 2. Click the Find it @ UVM button. A new tab or windown will open up. If Dana Medical Library subscribes to the journal, the article citation on the journal publisher's web site will appear here. You will then need to locate and click on the PDF link in order to read the article.
If Dana Medical Library does not have full text access to the journal, a different widow will appear that looks like this:
This window provides several different pieces of information:
If you can't get to the full text or you don't see the screen above, please Ask the Library for help.
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