Moving from citation to articleThrough the UGA Libraries, you have access to the full text of thousands of journals, magazines, and newspapers both online and in print in the library buildings.
How to find the full text:If you are in a GALILEO@UGA database:
- Look for a link to full text, in either HTML or PDF
- If there's no link, click on the button to see if UGA subscribes to the journal. A new window will open.
- If full text online is available, you will see a link to it. If full text is not available online, click on the "Check in GIL - UGA Libraries Catalog" link to see if we own a hardcopy of the volume.
- How to Find Full Text Articles in GALILEO.
If you are in Google Scholar:
- Get to Google Scholar using the tab on the Libraries' homepage.
- If you are searching from off campus or the PAWS wireless network, you should first login using the GALILEO password.
- Click on the button to locate the full text.
- How to Find Full Text Articles Using Google Scholar.
If you don't see a full-text link or a Findit@UGA button, or if you are not using GALILEO@UGA or Google Scholar:
- Search for your journal title under the E-Journals tab on the Libraries' homepage.
- Search the GIL@UGA Catalog for your journal title
[See also: When the UGA Libraries Don't Have It]