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Where is full text of the article in EBSCO?

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Access the full text of an article by clicking on Full Text in the right hand column.

Note: Due to publisher restrictions, not all articles in EBSCO are available as full text. If you did not use the full text limit in your search, you may pull up an article for which the full text is unavailable. If you do not see full text on the right hand side o the page then you have retrieved one of these articles.

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Tip: How to Limit to Full Text
After you run your EBSCO search and have your result list, you can select for full text. Look for the full text box on the left. Check the box and select update. 

You can use the other limiters on the left to adjust the publication date, select academic articles, and to refine your subjects.

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