If the article is in the database you will see one of these icons.
underneath the citation. Just click on the icon to get to the article.
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Otherwise you will use the
This button provides links from library databases to online full text articles, when available. It also helps you search for a print version of the article in the SLU Libraries Catalog. If an article isn't available online or in print, you may request it via ILLiad Interlibrary Loan.
The SLU Libraries subscribe to over 200 research databases, which can be overwhelming. To make things easier, your librarian recommends using the following core databases for research in these subject areas.
|Business||Business Source Premier, ABI/Inform Complete|
|Communication||Communication & Mass Media Complete|
||LLBA (Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts)|
|Education||ERIC (EBSCOhost), Education Full Text|
|Health & Medicine
|History||Historical Abstracts, America: History & Life
|Literature||MLA International Bibliography
|Political Science||PAIS International|
|Social Work||Social Work Abstracts|
|Theology||ATLA Religion Database|
When you can not find the full text of an article or book in print or electronic form you can request the material using interlibrary loan. You need to create an individual account (different from your "My Library Account" in the SLU Libraries Catalog).
Link to Interlibrary Loan web page.