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How Do I Find the Whole Article in ERIC?

1. In ERIC:

  • Look for the notation "View Full Text" or PDF after the article reference.
  • Click on the link to the article.
  • Email or print.

2. In the C.O.D. Library:

  • Look for the notation "COLLEGE OF DUPAGE LIBR."
  • Then click on "Find This!" to find out where your article is located in the Library (Current, Bound Volumes, Microfilm).
  • Make a trip to the Library to photocopy the article.
    NOTE: You may not check out journals.

3. In another electronic database:

  • Click on "Find This!"
  • Find out if the full-text of your article is available in another electronic database. You should be linked to the article in the database.
  • If the article does not come up, try a keyword search of the beginning of the title in the database accessed via title list in Databases. There may also be an "embargo" preventing access to the most recent 1-3 years of a title in that database.

4. From another library:

  • Use Interlibrary Loan to order the article from another library.
  • Link to an electronic request form on the Library's Web site by clicking on Request Materials on the Library's home page.
  • Fill out the form and submit.
    The article will take about 5 days to arive. No charge.


Updated 3/13

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