Once you have located a citation for an article in a database, there are several ways to get a copy of the article.
1. If you're lucky, there will be a link to the full-text article right below the citation in the list of the results of your search. The link may be to a PDF or HTML copy, or it may link you to the publisher's web site.
2. There is always an icon that reads below each citation. By clicking on , you can see if our library owns a copy of the journal in which the article is published, or it may provide you with a link to the article in another database. If so, that link will be highlighted in yellow. Just follow the link.
3. In the event that the article is not available in full text from the databases, and we do not have a copy of the journal, then you may order a copy of the article through Interlibrary Loan. Just fill out the Interlibrary Loan Article Request Form and the article will be mailed to you free of charge. You may keep the article. This service may take from 3-10 days, so make sure to start your research early.
We subscribe to databases on almost every topic. These are the most useful for finding articles on Cinema.