The open Internet only holds a small percentage of the information stored online. Using Library sources gives you access to private information, such as:
Many databases contain the entire text (full text) of articles. If you see HTML Full Text or PDF Full Text, click the link to go to the full-text of your article.
Don't forget! Double-check all the citation information you need for referencing (author, title, journal, volume, issue, publication info, etc.) is with the full-text.
If you do not see a full-text option, click the Where Can I Get This? link. The system will try to find your article in another OC Library database. If it finds the article, click on the article link for the full-text.
The system may indicate that the journal or magazine is located in OC Library. Print journals or magazines are shelved alphabetically by title in each campus library periodical collection. If the print journal or magazine is not in your campus library or in storage it may be requested.
If your article is not available in full-text from another OC Library database or in the OC Library, you may check for it in other libraries and request it.
InterLibrary Loans (ILLs) are free for students and employees of OC. If you cannot get your article using a database, fill out the form and library staff will get it from another library. Articles are usually sent by e-mail.
Search for journal articles, conference papers, and other scholarly works from a variety of sources. Look for the Where Can I Get This? link to connect directly to the item you want, via the OC Library.
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