If you are prompted to pay to access an article, you may have found your way to a commercial publisher's site. It is wise to check if the library provides free access to that article via one of our journal or database subscriptions. To do this, see the information in the box called "What if the database doesn't have full text for my article?" on this page.
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Accessing Griffith-subscribed full-text content via Google Scholar
Google Scholar can be set up so that Full Text@Griffith links appear next to a result when that item is available in full text via our Griffith library subscriptions. If you are using our library catalogue or databases list to connect to Google Scholar, these links appear automatically. Alternatively, if you are accessing Google Scholar directly on the web, you can set this Griffith full text facility up yourself using the instructions here.
If no full text is available in the database where you found the article,
or via a Find button there, the library may have access to it via another database or a journal subscription. Try the following steps in the order below:
No luck? Try checking for our access to the journal in which the article appeared.
Still no luck?