As you search some of the databases, you may encounter a "Find It" button for articles that are not available in full text in a particular database. If you click on the "Find It" button, you may find a link to a database or journal website where the article is available in full text. If the item is not available in full text in any of our library resources, there will be a link to request it via DocumentExpress.
FindIt menu when full text is available in other databases:
FindIt menu when full text is not available and it gives the option to request the item though DocumentExpress:
When the full text link is absent, it means either that the UMGC Library does not subscribe to the full text version or that Find it can't link to the full text yet. You can use the Request it from DocumentExpress link to request a copy through DocumentExpress. If you see an Internet link for a journal in the catalog and are not able to access the journal, the UMGC Library may still subscribe to it. Please Ask a Librarian for assistance.
Sometimes, the UMGC Library gets full text for a journal from several databases, so we link to all of them. That way, if one of the databases happens to be down, you can access the full text from another.
A full text link might not work because:
Please report any problems you encounter by filling out the library resource problem report form.
Find it will get you as close as possible to the article you want. Sometimes, the e-journal won't let you link to a specific article, so Find it drops you off at the table of contents or the home page of the journal. You can then navigate the journal's page to get to the article you want.