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Lehigh University Libraries - Library Guides

Biology

Search For A Specific Article

Use the Citation Linker to see if Lehigh has access to a specific article.

Interlibrary Loan

Use Interlibrary Loan to request a PDF of an article that isn't available at Lehigh or a scanned PDF of a print article that Lehigh owns. You will get an email when the article is ready for download.

VIDEO TUTORIAL: USING LEHIGH LINKS TO ACCESS FULL TEXT

In library databases, you will see "Lehigh Links", which enable you to get out to the full text,of articles or order an article that is not available electronically. This brief tutorial video explains how to use Lehigh Links. 

VIDEO TUTORIAL: HAVE CITATION, GET ARTICLE

This video tutorial shows you how to get to the full text of an article if you have a citation.  

It relies on using Google Scholar for this purpose, in conjunction with Lehigh Links, from which you can get to the full text or order the article via "ILLiad".

Other ways to find the full text of an article:

  • If your citation has a "DOI", put it into a google search. Make sure VPN is on.
  • Use ASA,, which you can search from the library homepage.. Select journal title from the drag down, put in the journal title, and then search for the journal record. In it you can see the electronic and print holdings.
  • From the library homepage, search on the journal using the E-journals link. 
  • Use the citation linker. Put in the citation details. This will get you out to the Lehigh Links menu.