Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Jan 04, 2017 Views: 39
The Multi-Search on the library home page and many of the databases listed on the A-Z Database List have an option to limit your search to full text online resources only.
When using the Multi-Search, enter your keywords and click “Search.” Then, look to the left side of the screen where there is a column of options listed under “Refine Results.” Click on the option “Full Text.”
Many of the databases on the “A-Z Database List” have a similar column of options on the left side of the screen to refine your results after running a search. The full text option may say “Full Text,” “Linked Full Text,” “Full Text Only,” etc.
For example, in EBSCOhost databases such as “Communication & Mass Media Complete,” the full text option looks like this:
In ProQuest databases, such as “Telecommunications – ProQuest,” the option may look like this:
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