Most articles are available full-text online in our databases for free.
Look for PDF full text if available. You may have to click on the purple and white button to go to another database first. If we do not have full text, the Find It button will provide you with a link to Interlibrary Loan.
If you start your searches in Google Scholar, be sure to link your search results to Andersen Library first (directions here). This will give you free access to many more articles, as it will sense the journals to which we already subscribe.
If you want a print article in our campus library, graduate students are welcome to use the Document Delivery service to have the item scanned in and emailed to them for free. Directions here.
Contact the Interlibrary Loan Office at 262-472-5524 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding ILL or Document Delivery.
If the above resources don't help, the library is happy to provide further assistance. Contact us:
Email: email@example.com (answered by a local librarian within 24 business hours)
Chat: Ask a Librarian (staffed by librarians from around the world)
Call: 262-472-1032 (when the Reference Desk is open)
Schedule an appointment with the subject librarian assigned to your area.