If the full-text of an article is not available, click on to check options for finding the full-text, including requesting the article via Interlibrary Loan. Learn how to use in this short video tutorial.
Alternatively, you check if USF owns the journal by searching the Journal Finder by journal name. Learn how to use Journal Finder in this short video tutorial.
If the library doesn't have access to the journal article you want, you can still get it through Interlibrary Loan. Use Illiad to request your items online. You may receive your item in anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. Be sure to start your research early!
NOTE: Due to changes in library operations nationwide, only electronic articles are available for request. Gleeson Library will cover ILL borrowing fees up to $15 per request for all USF students for the duration of San Francisco's shelter in place ordinance, subject to change. Faculty will continue to have up to $35 per request covered by the library, electronic articles only.
This guide was first curated with care by Sherise Kimura, and is currently maintained by Nicky Andrews.