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I've found the reference for a research article that interests me. How can I obtain a copy of this article?
Follow the steps below:
If you don't know how to use the resources listed above, just ask for help. Although all published material can be obtained in at least one of the ways described above, some of them take a little time (up to a week or two). Rather than falling far behind with your work, choose an article for review that is available locally. The slower mechanisms can be used to obtain additional information. If you badly want to see an article that is not immediately available, consult Dr. Wood. She may be able to help.
NOTE: "It's not in our library" or "It's not online" will not be an acceptable reason for not having obtained and read material relevant to this and subsequent courses and projects!
Updated December 2012
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