Once you find your research journal articles you will need to find the full text of the article. There are several UT databases which can help you.
You will find this icon in most health, nursing, and medical literature databases and can use it to locate the journal where your reference is printed. It will open a location box which will list various links to the journal, either in the Library Catalog or in a full text database
Online catalog of all holdings for the University of Texas at Austin libraries. This catalog will tell you whether or not the journal is located in a UT library, what the call number is, and what issues are available. In order to find a journal, click on "Journal Title" in the black area on the left. Then enter the journal title in the first box.
The Library Catalog also shows direct online connections to full text databases. If you do not find a full text link here you can also check UT Library Online. Find a Journal.
This database contains a listing of full-text electronic journals and newspapers which are available online through the General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin. Enter a journal title or search for the journal name from the alphabet and the computer will eventually take you to the database where the journal is indexed and available in full text.
NOTE: Some of the full text databases have only selected articles from certain journals. They may choose only the articles which pertain to the subject matter of the database. Also the date coverage is different for each full text database or online journal. Your reference may not be included due to date.
Copies of journal articles that are not available through the UT Library can be requested through Interlibrary Services.
Ingenta is an email alert service designed to keep researchers up on the latest articles published in 17,000 journals in all subject areas. Ingenta users can create a personal "profile" which includes a list of journal titles of interest to them. When the next issue of any of those journals is entered into the Ingenta database, the system will automatically send a copy of the table of contents to the profiler's email address.
Users can also store search strategies which will automatically be run against new articles added to the database on a weekly basis. The results of the searches will be sent to the email address stored in the Ingenta Profile.There is no cost for the Ingenta service for anyone with an e-mail address ending in ".utexas.edu."
Use the following databases in order to find information about how many times an article has been cited and who cited it.