Answered By: Heather Brown
Last Updated: Jun 20, 2017     Views: 55

There will be times when you find the full-text of an article, but there is no PDF version. Instead, it is in a HTML format or it looks like a website. You may run across this in Ovid or EBSCO journals. Usually, these are older articles and the vendor is only supplying the full-text in HTML. If you wish to obtain a copy of the article as it appeared in the journal, check for the print version in the Helix catalog or request through interlibrary loan.

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