Finding books and articles for your topic is just the first step. Getting the whole book or the full-text version of an article if the full text is not online is the next step. To accomplish this, you can:
- Search the library catalog for the title (or journal title if it’s an article)
- Use Get it! Cornell (which will link to the full-text article, help you search the Cornell University Library catalog for the source, or allow you to request the article through interlibrary loan)
- Install CUL Passkey on your browser (or go through the library website or Uportal) to get into licensed materials from off campus
- Use interlibrary loan and document delivery services if full text isn’t available through Cornell. For more information see Finding books, articles and other material from the library's Introduction to Research tutorial.