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I have several articles with full references of authors, name date, volume, etc.

I have several articles with full references of authors, name date, volume, etc. but I'm finding the way you have searches set up it's better for grade school students doing a paper on health or something. I just need to find out if we have access to specific journals, years for full text articles. This was much easier to do with the old system. I use Google Scholar (which I really like)as much as I can for this but sometimes the articles aren't readily available. My guess is that some of the articles I need are available through some database
Last Updated: Mar 06, 2014  |  20 Views

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Hi,

If you're looking for a full list of journals that are available in full text online, you can use http://guides.matc.edu/journals which is a listing of where the full text journals are available.


To find a specific journal, you can just use the Online Catalog (http://book.matc.edu).  Under "Search the Catalog" change the drop down box from "View Entire Collection" to "E-journals."  Type in either a keyword or journal title and you'll be able to find out if we have the full text of that journal and the dates available.

You are correct that Google Scholar can be frustrating to use because it is difficult to find the full text of many articles.

Good luck and let us know if you have any further questions.

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