Finding the Full Text of Journal Articles

Databases

A comprehensive list of all the databases

e-Journals

Find E-Journals by title or identify number

Browzine

Search our electronic journal collection

Not Linking from the Ruth Lilly Medical Library Website or Its Databases?

Linking to Full Text from Databases

  • Go to the Ruth Lilly Medical Library Databases page

Select the appropriate database and run the search.To streamline access to the library, use of the IU Virtual Private Network (VPN, also known as Pulse Secure) is recommended (but not required).  Other options include:

    • Use the EzProxy Bookmarklet
    • authenticate using your IU School of Medicine username, passphrase, and DUO to access the resource.
  • For assistance with setting up the VPN, contact UITS at 317-274-4357
  • Look for Full Text links or the  button
  • If an Article link is found, click to access the full text
  • A Journal link will require extra steps to locate a specific article
  • If there are no electronic full text links, under More full-text options - Use Interlibrary Loan Services to Request from Another Library and select the Ruth Lilly Medical Library Content Management & Delivery link and log in to ILLiad using your IU username and passphrase. The information about the desired article will appear in the form. Click Submit when finished.

In PubMed, you may see additional links:

 Full text is available in PubMed Central

 An example of the journal publisher’s link. This may or may not allow full text access. Please use the Find It button  instead.

 

Use Browzine or the A-Z Journals List to view or browse eJournals

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Browzine

Use Browzine to search our electronic journal collection by title, subject, or ISSN. Browse the Biological and Health Sciences to find titles within your specialty. On a mobile device, you will need to download the free app through the App Store or Google Play.

The A-Z Journals List

The A-Z Journals list includes paid Medical Library subscriptions and also includes journals that are freely accessible. The most effective way to locate a specific journal is to search using the first few words of the journal title. There may be several options, be sure to select the appropriate timespan.

Example: JNCI : Journal of the National Cancer Institute (0027-8874)

from 08/01/1940 to 12/31/1995 in Oxford Journals 2017 Medicine Archive
from 1996 to 1 year ago in Free Medical Journals Free access; content may change without warning.
from 01/03/1996 to present in Oxford Journals
from 2003 to 2015 in IngentaConnect

Automatically Adding Full Text Articles to An EndNote Library

Have a specific reference? Try the Citation Linker

Accessing Full Text via Google Scholar

  • Go to Google Scholar
  • Use the menu bars in the upper left to access settings
  • Under Search Results on the left side of the page, click on Library Links.
  • If there is no IU/IUPUI link already present, search for and select Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis - Find it @IUPUI
  • If you have access to other libraries, add them (not all libraries participate)
  • Click the Save button at the bottom of the page. This will make Find It @ IUPUI visible when searching Google Scholar
  • Clicking on Find It@IUPUI - If an Article link is found, click to access the full text. A Journal link will require extra steps to locate a specific article
  • If there are no electronic full text links, under More full-text options - Use Interlibrary Loan Services to Request from Another Library and select the Ruth Lilly Medical Library Content Management & Delivery link and log in to ILLiad using your IU username and passphrase. The information about the desired article will appear in the form. Click Submit when finished.

 

Assistance

For additional help, email: medlref@iu.edu or call 317-274-7182.