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HIST 103: A Beginner's Guide to Forgery (Gillingham): Find Secondary Sources

Using Interlibrary Loan in times of COVID-19

The databases provide indexing to journal articles, many of which NUL will have full-text access to, but some we may not have access to. We have these indexes so you can all the articles on a given subject, regardless of whether the library pays for full-text access. Many databases, including JSTOR and Project Muse, are only full-text databases, but other databases, such as Historical Abstracts, provide only some full-text. In that case, if you don't see a PDF of an article available for download, click the  button to find the full-text. If the article is not available in another full-text database, you can request it via Interlibrary Loan. 

Note: Our Interlibrary Loan department is currently working remotely, so we can't scan or send any print materials, including print books. The same is true at other universities. However, if an article is available electronically from another institution, we may be able to get it. Please make an ILL request and we will try to fulfill it!

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Michelle Guittar
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