Answered By: Marian Weston
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2015     Views: 13

The good news is that many articles are available in full text online through the FIT Library.  The bad news is, that some are not. 

Most of our databases have full texts of articles, and the ones that also feature non-full text will let you search for or narrow down to just the type you want

If you are looking for a specific magazine, journal, or newspaper, start with our Journal FInder to see if the FIT Library has online version of the one that you want. (It will tell you if we have the print or microform version as well, though you would have to come in to see these!)  Note the dates indicated because we may have the title you want, but not for the correct year.

Also try the related Citation Linker.

You can look for more information and suggestions on this topic on our Start Here: How do I pick the right materials for my research? Research Guide.

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