Full-text articles are available online and in print. Here are the various ways to get to full text articles available from the Furman Libraries.
**Note: There is often more than one Full Text from . . . link. While any of the links should take you to the article, it is best practice to start from the top and work your way down the list.
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If you know the DOI, that's all you need!
Some journals and books are only accessible through ScienceDirect. While we have access to these materials, it's on an individual basis.
If you are a student and you need the full-text to a journal article or book chapter in ScienceDirect, you can now make a direct request in "Get it Now." Just add the citation information to the Known Article Search and select the "Get the full-text from Get it Now" link. Enter your Furman email address (@furman.edu) and a color PDF of the article will sent to you directly, usually within a few hours. This includes nights and weekends!
If you're a faculty member, you can use the Known Article Search as well. If you would like to get a Furman account to ScienceDirect to download your own articles directly on a pay-per-view basis offered to you by the Furman Libraries, you must contact Paige Dhyne and request that she set up an account on your behalf.