Answered By: Sam Stormont
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2018     Views: 1

Many articles are available in Full Text format from the ERIC database.

full text from ERIC link as described above

If you see any of the following listed under the citation for your article, click on one of them to get the full text:

PDF Full Text
The full article is available for downloading/printing in PDF format.

html full text
The full article is available for downloading/printing in HTML format.

linked full text
The full article is available for downloading/printing from one of the other online databases.

If you do not see a PDF, HTML, or Linked Full Text option, look for  Full Text Finder

Full Text Finder is a way to find out if the article you are interested in is available in full text in one of the library’s other databases.

  1. Select the Full Text Finder link from within the citation for the article you want
  2. If the article you want is available from another database in our collection, you will see it listed here. The example below shows that the article is available through the ProQuest Central Database, click to view the Full Text article.
  3. When you click on the ProQuest Central Link from Full Text Finder another browser window will open up and the full text of the journal article in ProQuest Central will be displayed. Click on the PDF link to view the article.

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