Sometimes a search result may not provide you direct access to an article. Click on the Find It! icon to see if/where the article is available.
If an article is available online, you will see a link/icon on the top, left side of the screen under the phrase: "Get Full Text." Click on the link/icon. A new tab will open to the service hosting the article, where you will find a PDF link.
If an article is not immediately available in print or online, you will see the message "Request this title from another library via Interlibrary Loan." You may order an article through interlibrary loan by selecting the link. A new tab will open to UD's Interlibrary Loan page. Follow the directions to login and request the article.
Academic journals and scholarly articles typically represent the reporting of the most current research in a given field. Whereas books may represent the amassed knowledge on a given subject, they often suffer from long publication times, and by the time they're published and distributed, there is often new research and knowledge in that field. For the most up-to-date look at your subject, look for scholarly articles in an academic database!
University of Dayton students, faculty and staff can access most electronic resources on or off-campus. For off-campus access, use your UD user info to authenticate when prompted through the UD login page/Duo.
You can search multiple databases at once. In an EBSCO database (as shown above), click Choose Databases to select resources that may be relevant to your research. NOTE that the image above is simply a picture and does not have search functionality.
These scholarly journals are available by request in the Marian Library unless otherwise specified. Journals marked with an * are polyglot (articles in multiple languages).
Journals cannot ordinarily be checked out or leave the seventh floor, but you're welcome to use the scanner in the Marian Library Reading Room to scan relevant articles.