Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Jun 16, 2019 Views: 6
Many journal publishers put limits on when the full text of articles will become available in the databases. This means that the full text won't be in the database until the specified time period has passed.
Unfortunately, the Library does not know when exactly during the month the articles will be released into the databases. It could be the beginning of the month or the end. You just have to check back and see if it is available.
If you need the article for a class assignment or discussion, it is best to find a different, similar article that we have available in full text.
If you need the article for your capstone or dissertation, you can try to find the article using local libraries, or request is using our Document Delivery Service (DDS).
Do you have other research questions? Ask a Librarian!