Answered By: Matthew Laudicina
Last Updated: Oct 19, 2016     Views: 66

Sometimes article titles we have in the online databases are not accessible online, however you can always see if they are available in physical form. If you come across an article of interest with no link to the full article, click on the "Find it at New Paltz" link to the left-hand side of the article record; a pop-up box will appear, telling you if the article is held in our collection. If so, click on the SUNY New Paltz Library Catalog link, and then enter the name of the journal the article is within into the search box. The results will show were physically in the library those journals are held. Once found, you can scan or make copies of the pages, but cannot bring the physical journal home. In the event the journal is not held within our library collection, you can always request an inter-library loan of the item, or see if a nearby library possesses it through WorldCat. 

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