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What is ?

MORE! is a new linking service featured in many of the databases the library subscribes to on your behalf.

In a nutshell, when you search a database that features MORE! we directly link you from your search results to full-text journal articles whenever possible! And....if we can't we link you to the full-text you need ... we link to other options!

What are some examples of what links me to?

The MORE! linking service is context specific so what options we can link you to change from citation to citation. When available, the MORE! button will link to one or more of the following:
  • the full-text of the journal article
  • an automatic search of the RIT Library Catalog and/or the Connect NY catalog
  • an interlibrary loan request form--already filled out with the info needed for us to get the item for you IF RIT Library doesnt have what you are looking for online or in print.
  • book reviews and additional information
  • an automatic Web search using Google or another search engine
  • a link to get help from us via live chat or e-mail

Why do only some databases feature ?

Many, but not all, of the databases the library holds subscriptions to are "OpenURL enabled", the technology behind this linking feature. See list below of databases that feature MORE!

Why is the full text article not always available?

There are two likely reasons: (1) there is no online full-text version available either for that journal or for specific (usually older) volumes of it, or (2) RIT Library does not have a license for access to the online full-text for that journal.

I clicked on "get full text" but I only get to the journal's home page...why?

The MORE! linking service will get you as close to the full-text as it can, given the structure and quality of the data being passed by the database vendors. Sometimes you'll go straight to the full-text; sometimes you'll have to navigate the publisher's site yourself after that to get to the full-text. Essentially, a full-text link means that full-text is available -- but you may have to do some of the work of getting to it yourself.

Which databases feature links?

ABI Inform Global (via ProQuest)
Academic Search Elite (via Ebsco)
AGRICOLA (via FirstSearch)
Alternative Press Index (via FirstSearch)
America: History & Life (via ABC-CLIO)
Anthropology Plus (via RLG)
Applied Science & Technology (via Wilson)

ARTbibliographies Modern (via CSA)
Art Fulltext (via Wilson)
Art Index Retrospective (via Wilson)
Arts and Humanities Search (via FirstSearch)

ArticleFirst (via FirstSearch)

BasicBIOSIS (via FirstSearch)
Biological and Agricultural Index (via Wilson)
Biology Digest (via FirstSearch)
Book Review Digest (via Wilson)
Books In Print (via FirstSearch)
Business & Industry (via FirstSearch)
Business & Management Practices (via FirstSearch)
Business Source Elite (via Ebsco)


Ceramic Abstracts (via CSA)
ComAbstracts
Communication & Mass Media Complete (via Ebsco)
Conference Papers Index (via CSA)
Consumer Index (via FirstSearch)
Compendex
Contemporary Women's Issues (via FirstSearch)
Criminal Justice Abstracts (via CSA)
Current Contents Connect

EconLit (via FirstSearch)
Education Full Text (via Ebsco)
Environmental Sciences and Pollution Mgt (via CSA)
ERIC (via Ebsco)

FactSearch (via FirstSearch)
FIAF International Film Archive

GEOBASE (via FirstSearch)
General Science Collection (via Ebsco)

Health Source (via Ebsco)
Historical Abstracts (via ABC-CLIO)
Hospitality & Tourism Index (via Ebsco)
Humanities Full Text

Index to Legal Periodicals (via Wilson)
INSPEC (via Engineering Village)
International Film Archive
ISI Web of Knowledge
ISI Web of Science

JSTOR (from select journals only)

Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA) (via Ebsco)
Library Literature (via Wilson)

MasterFILE Select (via Ebsco)

MAS Ultra (via Ebsco)
MathSciNet
Military and Government Collection (via Ebsco)
MLA Int'l Bibliography (via CSA)

National Newspapers (via ProQuest)
Newspaper Source (via Ebsco)

OmniFile Full-Text Mega (via Wilson)

PAIS (via CSA)
PapersFirst (via FirstSearch)

Philosophers Index (via SilverPlatter)
Primary Search (via Ebsco)
ProceedingsFirst(via FirstSearch)
Professional Development Collection (Ebsco)
ProQuest Research Library
PsycARTICLES (via Ebsco)
PsycINFO (via Ebsco)

Readers' Guide (via Wilson)
Regional Business News (via Wilson)

Science Citation Index Expanded (via ISI Web of Science)
Serials Directory (via Ebsco)
Social Sciences Citation Index (via ISI)
Social Sciences Full Text (via Wilson)
Social Services Abstracts (via CSA)
Social Work Abstracts (via SilverPlatter)
Sociological Abstracts (via CSA)
SpringerLink

Web of Knowledge (via ISI)
Web of Science (via ISI)

WorldCat (via FirstSearch)


Getting help with

Problem? Not getting the results you expected?
Contact Shirley Bower,
Digital Assets Department Manager, via e-mail or at 585.475.5034. You may also contact Damian Marinaccio, Library Technology Services, at 585.475.7741.

Need help picking a database? Formulating your search?
Contact RIT Library's Reference Desk at 585.475.2563 OR chat live with a librarian via the Library's One 2 One chat service (Monday-Friday 10:00am-6:00pm EST or email after-hours).

Have a question related to obtaining an item the library doesn't have online or in print?
Contact the Library's Information Delivery Services Department via e-mail or phone at 585.475.2560.


Maintained by Teresa Kellett