Wondering if the library has access to the full text of an article? Follow these steps when searching databases:
In instances where you have found a citation for a journal article, but you cannot determine its full-text status, try searching for the journal using the Journal A-Z List.
If you've tried all of these tips and still cannot find an article's full text, please complete an Interlibrary Loan Request by filling out this form.
A permanent link is a URL that links to a specific record within a database. Permanent links give a specific web address to each item record, allowing records to be bookmarked by searchers, emailed to librarians for help, or linked to from other websites.
Use permanent links, sometimes called permalinks, in place of the URL from your browser's address bar. The browser bar address is frequently a "session" URL that will expire after a short amount of time. Permalinks do not expire like that. Use permanent links to access journal articles, eBooks, and other digital resources again at a later time or in your works cited/references/bibliography.
The proxy prefix https://sagu.idm.oclc.org/login?url= allows SAGU students, faculty, and staff to access subscription databases from off campus. In order to use a permanent link from off campus, make sure the proxy prefix is at the beginning of the permanent link. Many of our databases are set to automatically include the proxy prefix, but you should double-check to make sure. For example: https://sagu.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=ehost&db=a9h&AN=86209619.
Note: If you encounter a link that begins with https://ezproxy.sagu.edu, the link will no longer function. Please replace "ezproxy.sagu.edu" with "sagu.idm.oclc.org" and the link should function as expected.
EBSCO offers a mobile app that allows you to easily search all of the library's EBSCOhost databases simultaneously. After downloading the app, search for our university. You will be prompted to enter your Lionmail username/password.
You can create a free EBSCO account to save articles for later or for easy access from another device.
Please note: eBooks and auto-generated citations are not available from this app.