You can find articles in journals, magazines and newspapers through Hofstra's Research Databases, which can be accessed from the Library's homepage (you will be prompted to log in to Hofstra's portal in order to use them).
You will find direct links to the full text of many articles within some of the databases. But what if there is no link to the full text? How can you read the article? The purpose of this guide is to show you how you can often locate the full text of articles using Journal Finder.
How to Find the Full Text of Articles Using Journal Finder
There are two ways to access Journal Finder. The first way is to access it from within a database using the "Find Article" link, and the second is to open Journal Finder directly from the Library's homepage and search for the title of a particular journal you wish to locate:
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