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How do I read journal articles if online full-text is not available?

Last Updated: Mar 17, 2010  |  106 Views
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The Learning Resources Division has a huge number of journals in electronic format, but definitely not everything.

For some journal titles that we have electronically, there may be certain ranges of issues that are not included. Other titles might not exist at all electronically. It is possible that we have copies in either print or microfilm format. These are found on level 1. Check in the ALADIN catalog to confirm LRD holdings in these different formats.

If LRD does not have the title you need in any format, you can investigate Consortium Loan and if none of the Washington Research Library Consortium members has the title, you can investigate Interlibrary Loan.

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