Answered By: Rebe LeGoullon Last Updated: Feb 24, 2016 Views: 14
If a patron finds an article through Galileo that they would like, they should first click on the "Find it at GRU" button and see if the article pop ups. If it does not, and the pop up is not being blocked by the browser, they should then go to our GILFind catalog and search using the journal title. If we have print or online access, a record will be shown for one or both options. By clicking on the records, they would be able to see what volumes/years we have access to online or in print. If the article is located in a volume or year that we do not have access through our GILFind catalog, they should then search for the article title through Google to see if it is available through an open access source or independent website. If none of those steps produce the article, it would be best to place an Interlibrary loan request.