You have found an article that you would like to use in your paper, but you do not see a link to read the full text of the article. That is what Find it @ WOU is there for. With Find it @ WOU, you have four different scenarios for getting the full text of the article.
The Find It @ WOU guide explains the four scenarios for getting the article.
Do you have an article citation from a reference page? Get the article by using Find It @ WOU. The potential results are:
Do you have an article citation from a reference page?
You can search for the article using the journal title, volume/issue, and page number:
Once you have noted this information, look for the journal using our Journal Title List search:
Need a specific journal?
Use the Journal Title List
Do you have an article citaiton from a reference page?
You can search for the article by knowing the article title in Google Scholar
Locate your article (use author, journal title, volume/issue, page numbers and year to verify it is the correct article). If PDF available open PDF. If PDF not available, select Find it@WOU
If you selected Find it @WOU select a database the article is available in and use citation information to locate article. If no databases are available, select WOU Interlibrary Loan.
We often use bibliographies to discover works that the scholar referenced. These cited sources are necessarily older than the article.
How about reversing the process? Use Google Scholar to discover more recent works which cite the article or book you have.
Type the title of your article into the Google Scholar search box:
Use the Cited by link at the bottom of the article's entry:
Links to Google Scholar throughout the library's web pages are specially coded to tie in with our owned and licensed collections and to Interlibrary Loan when necessary, via the Find it at WOU link. Or, rather than hunting down the link every time, you can setting your Google Scholar preferences to connect with the library:
Simply using the scholar.google.com address without setting your preferences will cut you off from library access.