Answered By: Sam Stormont
Last Updated: Jun 23, 2017     Views: 2

Not all the database articles are available Full Text online. If you don't see a Full Text or Full Text PDF link in the record for the article, click on Full Text Finder (FTF) for more information. Full Text Finder will search all of the library’s databases to see if your article is available in Full Text from another online resource.

If you did not find the Full Text of your article, Click on the Search Widener University Library Catalog link to see if the library owns the journal where your article is published.  If the library owns the journal, write down the Call Number from the catalog, go to the shelf, and photocopy your article.

If the library doesn't own the journal, you will need to request it from another library using ILLiad, the library’s Interlibrary Loan system (link below).

Once you logon to ILLiad, select  Article from the New Request block of the navigation. More information on using the ILLiad system can be found on the ILLiad | InterLibrary Loan LibGuide (link below).