Answered By: Mary Ann Cullen
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2021     Views: 450

Image of the Find It @ GSU button

The "Find it@ GSU" button (as the above picture shows) usually indicates that you cannot locate the full text of that article in that particular database. Clicking the "Find It" button as seen in the following database entry example. Another window  will open containing information about other ways you may locate the item. example of a article showing the Find it @ GSU button.For example, for an article, you can see if other databases contain the full text of the article, if the item is available in print at GSU Library or USG Libraries, or, as a last resort, place a request for the item through interlibrary loan

In GIL-Find, you may see the Find It Button associated with some periodicals, such as newspapers, magazines, or journals. This means we have some print access and some electronic access to that periodical. The Find It Button will help you locate electronic access while the GIL-Find record will tell you about the print or microfilm version of the journal. An example of this can be seen in the picture below.

a screenshot of a source after doing a journal search and the available options of where to find it.

For more help, ask a librarian.


Reviewed 8/12/2021 bgw