Answered By: Clay Howard Last Updated: Aug 07, 2018 Views: 369
Well, it depends on where you find the citation. Here are two examples:
Browsing through the search result list, you can read an article immediately by clicking on PDFs.
If there is no PDF, click on the Find Full Text link:
2. If you're searching directly in a database, such as EBSCO, JSTOR, CINAHL, or Google Scholar, you will see either a Find Full Text button or text that says "Find Full Text at EKU Libraries" to link you out to the full text of articles.
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After you click the GET MORE, choose View Full Text to view or download the article