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Business Honours Guide: InterLibrary Loans

Full Text

Sometimes you will read that a database is 'full text', or that an article can be found in 'full text'. 'Full text' means that the entire document is available online. When a database carries an article in full text there will be a hyperlink to view it as either a PDF or html document. Not all journal databases contain full text.

If an article is not available in full text you may be able to locate it in another database. Clicking on the Find it at CSU button will allow you to check if the article is available elsewhere. If not, request it via interlibrary loan.

What is InterLibrary Loans?

Journal articles, books and other items that are not held by the Library may be requested using our Interlibrary loans service. This service is provided free for academic staff and honours, masters and PhD students. We will locate and supply items from another library or commercial document supplier, provided it is directly related to your current study or research at CSU.

See the InterLibrary Loans webpage for more information.

Requesting non-CSU items