When you find an article in any of the Libraries' databases for which there is no PDF or full-text link, click on the "Find@UMD" button to locate an electronic copy. You can also use "Find@UMD" to request items not owned by the UMD Libraries through interlibrary loan.
Be aware that the "Find@UMD" links mainly to electronic resources. Print books and some print journals cannot be identified through "Find@UMD". Use the link to identify print books, book chapters, and journal articles that are held in the UMD Libraries. The "Find in WorldcatUMD" link will help you locate a record for these items in Worldcat, along with the library location and call number.
Any items you cannot locate in electronic form or in the UMD Libraries, can be requested through the Libraries' Interlibrary Loan Services.
Once you are logged into an EBSCO database, you can select to search additional databases that are part of the EBSCO platform. Click on "Choose Databases."
Check all the databases you want to search and then click on OK.
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