Depending on the database you may have to apply the Full text filter before or after your search.
If the full text option isn't visible you may need to go to the advanced search option. To view examples of filter locations to look for in popular databases, click on the images below.
|EBSCO platform||Ovid (includes Medline)||PubMed|
PDF downloads look like the printed version of the article with pagination (often easier to use for referencing). HTML versions will look like web pages.
Look for options or icons such as PDF, download, or export. They can appear at the top of the article, the bottom of the article, or in side panels. To view examples of some popular database download options, click on the images below.
Sometimes the database link will take you to the journal homepage, not directly to the article. To find the article:
|EBSCO platform||Sage||Taylor & Francis|
You may be able to get all you need from an eBook just by reading it in your browser, including utilising features, such as adding notes and highlighting. Click the Read Online button.
If available, there may be a Full Download or PDF Chapter Downloads option.