Links exist in PubMed to the full text of journals licensed by HSLIC.
To access full text: After a search, display the PubMed AbstractPlus, Abstract or Citation format. Link icons will appear if HSLIC has purchased access to the full text.
usually indicates a link to the full text of the article. Âž If you donâ€™t go directly to the article click on the Additional Resources Link (shows up at the top of the page, or you may go to the Article Linker page automatically). On that screen:
indicates a link to the Library catalog for print holding information.
or indicate open access journals; the contents are freely accessible.
, for example, is a publisher icon. If the publisher icon is not accompanied by a UNM full text or print icon the link will take you to the publisher's site where you usually cannot access the full text of the article. This is because HSLIC has not purchased a license for that journal. The publisher will likely give you the option to purchase access to the item with a credit card. HSLIC is not responsible for any purchases made via this method.
Things to Watch Out For
To access full text:
Things to Watch Out For When Using the Find Article or Full Text buttons
Access the Journal OneSearch Tool from Here:
Enter the full name of the journal (not an abbreviation) in the search box, then click â€œsearchâ€.
You will see results in these four categories:
To see the holdings for one of those types, click on the Check Holdings link next to that icon. When employed from the paper copy categories, the Check Holdings links will take you to catalog entries from the libraries associated with that icon. The Check Holdings link for electronic resources will take you to a page listing UNM's electronic subscriptions for journals that match the title you entered. Check the coverage dates carefully and use the links to manually navigate to the page for the correct journal. From there you will have to manually select the correct journal issue in order to find the article you want.