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If I want to view or print a copy of an article from the Googlescholar database so I have to pay $29.95?

Last Updated: Feb 03, 2012  |  5 Views

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No, but you will have to take another step beyond Google Scholar to access the article. Google Scholar is a great resource, but it does not provide full text access to articles the way paid subscription databases do.

You can request an article that you find on Google Scholar that is not in full text in any of Neumann's paid databases through out Interlibrary Loan system. Interlibrary Loan is where we lend and borrow items, such as articles, with other libraries.

In order to access the article through Interlibrary Loan, create an account here: If you need any help creating the account, please call the library for help 610-558-5545.

Once you have created an account, on the left side of page, you can request an article. Fill out the information you found in Google Scholar, and the article will get sent to your Interlibrary Loan account and you will receive an email letting you know it arrived.

If you have any more questions, or need anymore help using Interlibrary Loan, please do not hesitate to contact a Librarian.

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