How come the article I want is not in full-text?
Databases can contain citations and abstracts (a summary of the content of an article) with no full-text article attached. The full-text of the article may not be attached to a citation you found because different journals are contained in the various databases, so the full-text of an article may not appear in the particular database you are searching, but may appear in another database. You can use a citation you find to determine if the full text of the article is available in another database. Go to this page for information and links to tools to use to find the full-text of an article.
In addition, the full-text of an article may not be available in a database because publishers sometimes place restrictions on online access for newer articles. The library maintains a print collection of some of these journals that have these restrictions. You can search our print collection of journals in the search box on the library's home page.