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Other access options

Google Scholar is an open web resource that will search for results from articles, book chapters, and citations.

But BEWARE, because using the links in these results will often direct you to a paywall - a page asking that you pay for access to the article. If you find an article that's behind a paywall, check the library to see if we have already purchased access for you. If you need help, ask a librarian

If we don't have immediate access, you can still get a copy for free using Interlibrary Loan.

Interlibrary Loanor ILL for short, is a system that allows us to borrow materials from other libraries worldwide. You can request physical or digital materials, but you do need to allow time for us to contact other libraries and get a response. For physical items, anticipate waiting at least 7 business days. For online articles, the turnaround is closer to 48 hours.

If you are a first time user of ILL, make sure you register before attempting to login.

If you are in a time crunch, you can check what other libraries have copies of your desired material using WorldCat. If there is a library within driving distance, you may be able to use your OK Share card to borrow materials.