Answered By: Sarah Purcell
Last Updated: Dec 20, 2016     Views: 7

When you search a database, such as CINAHL, British Education Index, Business Source Complete, Sport Discus and so on, you can sometimes see the reference details of an article (author, date, title etc), but not the whole article (e.g. PDF). It may be that the database you are searching doesn't provide access to the full article, but one of our other resources does (e.g. a publisher collection like Taylor & Francis, SAGE, Science Direct, Cambridge or Oxford).

To check for full access, look for 'Check 360 Link...' or an orange 'Get It' button at the bottom of the reference. Here's a short video that demonstrates this step: