Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Aug 08, 2017 Views: 787
The Find at Walden button or link checks all of the Library databases for the full text of an article.
It looks like one of these images:
Find at Walden button image:
Find at Walden link image:
Some databases include citations for articles without full text, though we may have the full text available someplace else. When you find such an article, you’ll see the Find at Walden button.
Click the Find at Walden button to instantly search all of our other databases to find out if one of them has the full text of the article.
When you click the Find at Walden button you may see either:
A. The full text of the article available in another database
B. A page saying that no full text is available
C. A page that lists the different databases that should have the article:
Search tip: You will see that screen when we have the journal subscription in more than one database. Click on the database that you want to try.
- How do I get the full text of an article?
- Learn how to use local libraries to find full-text articles
- Learn more about our Document Delivery Service (DDS)
- How do I find an exact or specific article in the Library if I have the reference citation?
Do you have other questions about full text? Ask a Librarian!