Answered By: Michael Davidson
Last Updated: Nov 12, 2014     Views: 12

Yes, we can get you the article for free.  Exactly how depends on which article and which journal:

1) Let us find out for you: The library's online subscriptions will let you freely access articles from thousands of journals.  To find out if your article is one of them, please tell us the journal title as well as the name of the article and the author(s). 

2) Search yourself: You may search our catalog for the journal title and find out whether we have the issue that contains the article you need.  The catalog will provide links to our subscriptions.

3) Interlibrary loan (ILL): If our library doesn't have it, we can get it from another library through ILL.  In many of our article databases, there will be a link that says Get It or Request this article or something similar.  Click there to initiate the ILL process.  Please contact the Reference/Research Desk if you run into trouble.  

Thanks for your inquiry, and good luck!

Sincerely,

Mike

Lamson Library & Learning Commons