Find Articles Available Online at UT Libraries
Many articles are already available online through the UT Libraries databases. There are several ways to access online articles.
- If you know the title of the article, place it in quotes in the search box and click "search."
Example: "The Prairie Dog and Biotic Diversity"
2.Click "Find Text at UT Libraries" to go to the full text of the article.
3. Click "Go" beside of the full text citation.
4. You may have to browse to the specific issue you need.
If you are looking for a specific article, use the CITATION LINKER to find the article in a UT Libraries database.
- Enter the citation into the appropriate fields and click "Go."
- Choose your particular journal from the list of matches.
- A window will pop up with the option to click to go to the full text of the article if available.
- Click "Go" to go to your article.
If you are looking for research on a specific topic rather than a known article, use the library SUBJECT DATABASES.
- From the Databases page, choose a subject area such as "Biology" or "Political Science."
- Next, choose a database from the list and type your topic into the search box.
- From the results list, click the "Find Text" button to find out if the articles are available in full text or in print.
There are several options for providing access to articles in Online@UT.
Locate articles in one of the UT Libraries databases and provide links in Blackboard (preferred method). Note: Off-campus access may require entering one's NetID and password.
Click here for a demonstration.
Locate articles in one of the UT Libraries databases and save the pdf file to your computer. Upload the file to Blackboard.
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