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RN to BSN Program (Online): Locate Full-Text

The RN-BSN nursing program enrolls Registered Nurses with current RN licenses from associate degree and diploma programs to the baccalaureate program with advanced standing.

Finding Full-Text

Not all articles in the library databases are available full-text.

-Sometimes the databases will point you to full text with the directions to

Check Availablity Full-Text


-Sometimes you will have to find the full-text.   To find full-text,

1) Determine if your citation is from a book or article.

2) If it is from a book, search the library's Catalog.

3) If it is from a database, search the library's Journal Finder.

4) If the material is not available through the Catalog or Journal Finder, try requesting it through Interlibrary Loan.

Read your Citation

Distinguish parts of an article's citation in order to find the full-text. 

Here is an example of how a citation from a bibliography or reference page might look:

*Note: not all scholarly journal articles use the same citation style.  Regardless, you should be able to locate the title of the Journal.