Accessing articles from databases
Answered By: Fiona Paterson Last Updated: 23 Jun 2022 Views: 4
A database search will give a list of results. Once you have found articles you want to read, you can check for full text.
If you see the PDF or html symbol you can click straight through to the full text of the article. If these options are not provided, it means we do not have access to the article through the database you are searching. However, it may be available through another database we subscribe to.
is it @CityLibrary? links
Some databases will show an 'is it @CityLibrary' link. If you follow the link it will search our holdings so you can see if the article is available through any of our other databases.
Full Text via LibKey links
Some databases will show a 'Full Text via LibKey' link. This is just an alternative way of checking our holdings to see if the article is available through another publisher.