Answered By: Eric Jeitner
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2016     Views: 54

Many databases contain a mix of records, some full-text and some only abstracts. There are some databases that have exclusively full-text content (JSTOR is one example), and others that are just abstracts (MLA International Bibliography is an example of this). Many contain a mix of both.

If you find an article without full-text access, you would next click the 360 Link button. If the library has full-text access in any other subscription database, the 360 Link tool should link directly to it. If the library doesn't have full-text access in another database, the search comes up negative.

In that case, a request can be placed via Interlibrary Loan. You can access the Interlibrary Loan system by logging in with your GoStockton credentials and completing the request form therein.

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