Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 77

The first thing you can try is to see if the article is available somewhere else on the web.  This usually isn't the case, but it only takes a few moments to look.  Go to Google Scholar via the link below and search for the article.  More likely than not, you'll find citation information for it similar to what you find in EBSCO, but occassionally the full text will be freely available.

If the article isn't freely available anywhere, College of the Mainland can attempt to acquire it from another library.  Follow the link below to the Interlibrary Article Request Form and enter the needed information.

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