If you have a citation to an article, you can use Citation Finder to check whether your library has a subscription to full-text that you can read online. In order for Citation Finder to work, your library must have an OpenURL Link Resolver configured to work with ZPORTAL.
The options depend on the OpenURL Link Resolver software your library uses. Most commonly, you can check for full-text by:
Filling out a brief form with the citation details (e.g. journal title, volume, year, starting page) .
Enter a unique identifier for the item: Digital Object Identifier (DOI), Pubmed ID (PMID) and ISBN (for ebooks) are the most common unique identifiers.
Browse by clicking on one of the letters of the alphabet. You will be presented with a list of titles that begin with your chosen letter.
Once you have searched using Citation Finder, you will be see a page with links to the full text of the article, when this is available.
If no full text article is available directly to you, you will usually see a form for requesting a copy of the journal article via your library's Document Delivery or Interlibrary Loan service. Check with your library for complete details.