How to find full-text articles online when you know the citation?
As you begin researching you will come across citations in article and book bibliographies that you would like to review. If you have a known citation just use the steps below to check if the Library can provide access to the online content.
1.) Using the Search Box below, enter the journal title in the Find box. Check Begins With under Search Type. Click Search
3.) From the search results choose the database whose years of coverage includes the journal issue you need.
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Gale Virtual Reference Library
Collection of online subject encyclopedias, dictionaries, and reference works providing in-depth coverage on topics in all disciplines, with an emphasis on theological studies.
1.) Go to the Course Reserve Module in the FLO Catalog
2.) From the drop-down menu, find your instructor's name and/or course name. EDS courses/instructor names will be prefaced with "EDS". Click ‘Search.’
3.) An alphabetical list of reserves will appear. Click on the title and note the call number to request title at the Circulation Desk.
Electronic Reserves are uploaded to Canvas course pages and accessed in two ways.
Links to ebooks and electronic articles will require a login.
Many of the EDS theses have been digitized and uploaded to Internet Archive. You can access the collection at
Files can be read online, or downloaded in a number of formats for use with several devices.