Google Scholar allows you to search specifically for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports.
You should see links to 'Full Text @ TUC Library', and 'Check Library Holdings.' If you don't, go into Settings - Library Links and search for Touro University California. Note that 'Full Text @ Touro' is not us, it's Touro College - look for TUC Library.
Prefer a Step-by-Step guide to see if your article is available in full-text at Touro?
Click on the PDF below for instructions on how to use Article Linker or how to search for you article by Journal Title!
(hint--this is works very well if you found your citation either on Google, Google Scholar, or in a bibiliography!)
If the database you are searching does not bring you directly to the article's full text, or you have a citation and want to find full text, you can try Article Linker. The easiest way to use Article Linker is by entering a PubMed ID (PMID) or DOI. To learn how to find an article's DOI or PMID, see Article Linker FAQs. If you don't have a DOI or PMID, you can enter the full citation information.
If Article Linker indicates that we do not have the journal and article that you are looking for, you can order it as an interlibrary loan.
If you have checked A-Z Journals and the TUC Library does not have the article you need in full-text, you can request it via Interlibrary Loan (ILL). To order an ILL:
1. Click on the Interlibrary Loan information page link.
2. Please note in order to request an interlibrary loan, you must be registered on the TUC interlibrary loan system, Clio. The Interlibrary Loan information page above provides you with instructions on how to register for Clio and then proceed to make your interlibrary loan request.