Answered By: Clay Howard
Last Updated: Aug 07, 2018     Views: 356

Well, it depends on where you find the citation. Here are two examples:

  1. Library search

  2. In a database (like EBSCO, JSTOR, CINAHL, Google Scholar, etc.)


1. From the library searchbox on EKU Libraries' website

Browsing through the search result list, you can read an article immediately by clicking on PDFs.

PDF FULL TEXT link highlighted in an EDS Search screen

If there is no PDF, click on the Find Full Text link:

EDS search with Find Full Text highlighted in an article.


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.

 

Updates coming soon to this section!!!

 

 

 

After you click the GET MORE, choose View Full Text to view or download the article