Steps to finding full text availability:
Once you have searched for articles in Biological Abstracts/PubMed/Medline, etc. you may need to do additional searches for full text articles. Because these databases are citation indexes, full text articles may not be available. Links provided may direct you to publisher's websites but you may hit a paywall, asking you to pay for the article you are searching for. As a WPU student, you should not pay for articles when there are other ways to obtaining quality, scholarly articles.
An additional way to find a full text articles is through WorldCat. WorldCat is a a global catalog of library collections. You can search for books, music, video, articles and much more at a library near you.
Step 1: Search WorldCat with article title.
Step 2: Follow the links to "View full text" or if those do not provide full text articles, you can request the article through Interlibrary Loans. Simply follow the button "Request Item through Interlibrary Loan" and type your first and last name, date you need the article by (at least 2 weeks time) and your WPU email. The article may arrive sooner than 12 days.