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A breadcrumb is the trail of information you follow to your source. It is the step-by-step instructions for getting from point A to point B. Breadcrumbs are the blue links at the top of each Learning Resource Center program page. As you move through each of the pages in your program area, the page is displayed.
Not all articles are available in online and full text for free. While getting your hands on full text articles may seem difficult, it is actually easy if you follow certain steps. The link below will provide you with a flowchart on how to access full text articles.
The most important piece of information you need to have in order to find full text articles is the citation. The citation consists of:
-Name of the jounal
-Author of the article
-Name of the article
-Year the article was published
-Volume and (if listed) issue number
-ISBN number (helpful)
Once you have this information, you can search other databases and websites to find the article. If we do not have the article in any of our collections, you can provide the library with your citation and request the article from Interlibrary Loan. There is often a fee associated with borrowing the article. If there is a fee, it must be paid upon receipt of the book or article.