Every journal Perkins Library has access to can be found in the Journal Finder. Even if you can't get access to an article in one database, there may be access through another one. Enter the title of the journal -- not the article title! -- to see if that journal appears in the results. If so, select a link that includes the date of your article.
Embargo means the journal's publisher does not allow the most current issues to be accessed through a database. So, if you see dates like "1998 to Present (Embargo: 1 year)," this means you can access the full text of articles in every issue except for those in the most current 12 months.
If the article you want is not available in any of our databases, you can ask for it through Interlibrary Loan.
There will be times when you find citations to articles, books or other pieces of information but the full text of the material is not online or not available in the library's collections. This is the time to use the library's interlibrary loan system! Click on the link below and fill out the form using your Doane Gmail address. The library staff will locate and borrow the material for you from other libraries around the country and sometimes the world.
Students in Nebraska may also get a library card at another college or university in the state for free through the Reciprocal Borrowing Program. This will be faster than using Interlibrary Loan for books.
Google has a special search for just scholarly materials that have been digitized and are available on the web.