How do I find the full text of an article?

Answer

To access the full text of an article:

  1. Start at the Maguire Medical Library website. Search your article title in one of the search bars, such as PubMed, Fetch Full Text, Google Scholar, or OneSearch.
    1. Use the PMID or doi of an article in Fetch Full Text for quickest access
  2. After locating your article (abstract or database record), click on the    button or full text link.
    1. If you are not on an FSU campus network, you will be asked to log in to off-campus access
    2. If the article is not available through FSU Libraries, you will be referred to the Interlibrary Loan screen.

Please note additional information for PubMed, Embase and Google Scholar:

  • PubMed
    • Often has publisher and PMC links in addition to the Find it@FSU button:
    • Publisher links work from off campus if the content is open access, otherwise from on campus only
    • PMC links work from both on and off campus
  • Embase
    • Can access full text from either View Full Text or the Find it@FSU button

  • View Full Text accesses the publisher site from on campus only
  • For either on or off-campus access, click on Find it@FSU
    • If you are not on an FSU campus network, you will be asked to log in to off-campus access
    • If the article is not available through FSU Libraries, you will be referred to the Interlibrary Loan screen
  • Google Scholar Find it@FSU
    • On campus, Find it@FSU links will appear automatically
    • Off campus, the Find it@FSU button needs to be set up: Directions are here.

 

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Email medlibrary@med.fsu.edu or call (850) 644-3883

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  • Last Updated Dec 11, 2023
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