Is the article available online?
Search the Journal/Magazine/Newspaper A-Z List using the title of the journal to determine if we have access to the journal online.
If the article is not available in full-text online
- When you find a citation in one of our databases you will save yourself time by using the Article Linker button to get to the Article Linker page where you'll find directions for requesting a copy of the article.
- If you've already setup your ClioWeb Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery account, you'll immediately see that the citation information has been filled in for you and you simply have to submit the request. If you don't have a ClioWeb account, you should create one first then re-request the article.
How long will it take for the copy of the article I've requested to arrive and how will I get it?
- We will always place a request for an article on your behalf but do not guarantee that we'll find another library which is willing to supply us with a copy.
- If we find a lender, it takes an average of 5-7 business days (excluding weekends and U.S. holidays) for the copy of the article to arrive.
- Most lending libraries send us a digital copy of the article which we post to your Clio Web Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Account.
- We will contact you at the e-mail address you've provided when you created your Clio Web Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Account when the article is either available for you to view or if we cannot find a lender. You may also, however, log into your Clio Web Interlibrary loan/Document Delivery account to view the status of your request(s) at any time.