How to Get a Copy of an Article
If you already have a citation to an article, here's how you can get a copy:
Check to see if UT has Print or Microform
Enter the Journal Title (not the article title) here:
If you are presented with a list of titles, click on the Limit/Sort button then limit by Journal/Serial as the Material Type.
If UT doesn't have Online or Print Access
If UT doesn't have a current online subscription or print copies for the article you need, we will get a copy for you! Just use our ILLiad service to let us know which article you need, and we'll find a library that can scan a copy and it'll be delivered to you electronically (typically within 10 days). This is a FREE service for UT students, staff, and faculty.
If you're in a UT or OhioLINK Database
If you are still in a database or search engine, you may see a link that says "Find it with OLinks" or . Clicking on the link will bring up a screen that can identify if the article is available electronically or in print at the UT Libraries. OLinks will provide you with either a direct link to the full text of the article, highlighted in blue, or a link to the University of Toledo catalog (look for the link that reads either "View detailed holdings..." or "Search by title...")
If you have a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for an article
Enter a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) below to see if we have access to electronic full-text of your article.
If you have a PMID (PubMed Identifier) for an article
Enter a PubMed ID Number (PMID) below to see if we have access to electronic full-text, a print copy, or to link to our ILLiad Interlibrary Loan form.