If you are searching through the EBSCO database and find two links under your results, we may have the article in another database.

  1. Click on the first link (it may say “AVAILABLE FULL TEXT” or “View record from...”)
  2. If you see a result with only one link to “Request from interlibrary loan,” click on this link to request this item.

If you are searching for a specific article:

If you find a citation for an article, copy and paste the article title into PowerSearch:

  1. You can see if the Library has full-text access to it.
  2. If the Library does not have it, you will see an option to request the item through interlibrary loan.

Please note: If you are looking for a specific article, or looking to expand your results, make sure to uncheck "Regis Library Has It" to show additional indexed records.

Citation Searching Tip: Try Google Scholar!

Occasionally, there are articles that are not indexed in PowerSearch. If you are not able to find a record for your article in our databases, please fill out the Requesting Articles form.