Answered By: Bruce Jensen Last Updated: May 20, 2015 Views: 1982
Often an EBSCO database will list information about a relevant article even if the database doesn't have that article itself. When that happens, look for the link that says Check for Full Text. The full-text search engine will look for the article in other KU databases. If it is not found, you'll see a link for Request through interlibrary loan. Though the interlibrary loan process for articles is frequently very quick, it is unlikely to get your article before tomorrow as you need. If you can share the article's information with us, we will attempt to find it for you.
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