I have a citation; I just need to find thefull textWhat if I can't find it in Google?
As an NPS Employee, you have access to resources through the DOILibrary. This access greatly enhances what is available to you.Begin at theDOI Library website
lick on "Electronic Resources" on the left
Scroll down to "Find Electronic Resources by Title."
Search for the title of the journal where your article ispublished.
If the journal is one that is subscribed to through a subscriptionwith the DOI Library, you may click on the link from the searchpage to search for the full text of the article.For more about the resources available through the DOI, skip ahead inthis document to page 3.
ant I just use Google Scholar?
Yes, it is certainly worthwhile to try GoogleScholar. Google Scholar is fairly good at bringingup full text of articles
if it is available.
From Google Scholar, search by title of the article.
Put the title, or a piece of the title, inquotes to search as an exact phrase.
Searching in Google Scholar will findmore citations than full-text articles.Google Scholar is actually pretty good atfinding open access scholarly articles.However, according to a 2010 study,only 20 percent of published scholarlyarticles are freely available on the web.If Google Scholar doesn't come up with full text, trylooking for the title and/or author in the traditionalGoogle search. There is a chance you will find it thisway if it has been linked on a personal site.
I still havent found full text. What can I do now?
If you ever need assistance with locating an article, pleasecontact Nancy Hori email@example.com