Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: Oct 24, 2016     Views: 24

The Library offers free access to millions of articles in full text for SNHU students, faculty and staff, through the Library’s subscription database collections. If you are logged into your mySNHU account, you will be recognized as a SNHU-affiliated user and granted access to these articles.

You can search for full text articles using the Multi-Search on the library homepage, or the subject-specific databases on the A-Z Database List.

Once you find an article you would like to access, you may see one of three different full text links: “PDF Full Text,” “Link to Full Text,” or “Full Text Finder.” If we have full text access to the article, clicking on these links will bring you to the full text.

If we do not have full text access to an article, you can request it via Interlibrary Loan.

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