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How do I access Full Text @ Einstein?
Clicking the button produces the Einstein Article Linker results page with direct links to one or more of the following:
- Full text of the article
- Table of contents of the journal
- Resource home page
- Albert, The Library Catalog (OPAC)
- Interlibrary Loan forms
Where do all the links to content go?
- Depending on the content provider, links to the content may be available at the article, journal, or resource levels.
Sometimes there are several options for full text and links. Why?
- The same journal may be available from more than one source. Einstein's Article Linker will display the links to all content accessible to the Library.
How do I get the article if there is only a journal or resource link?
- In cases where Einstein Article Linker can only take you to the journal's table of contents or a resource home page, you will have to browse the table of contents to locate the issue and article you need, or search the resource to retrieve the full-text article.
Einstein Article Linker provides an article-level link even though the full text of the article is not available. Why?
- Full text articles are temporarily withheld withheld from the online version of the journal by the publisher or author.
If you have additional questions about accessing Full Text @ Einstein, please contact the Reference Department at email@example.com.
Why is the "article" link not always available?
If the article link is absent from the Full Text @ Einstein results page it could be due to one of the following reasons:
- The Library does not subscribe to the full text for that particular title
- The publisher of the title may not provide full text online