Answered By: ask crisslibrary Last Updated: May 06, 2015 Views: 5
It looks like we don't have immediate access to the article you're looking for, so you will have to use InterLibrary Loan (ILL) to get it. If you have never used ILL before, you can set up an account here: https://unomaha.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/NBU/illiad_firsttime.htm
Once you have an account and are logged in, you can go to "New Request"--->"Article/Photocopy" in the toolbar on the lefthand side of the screen, and enter in the citation information of the the article in the form. Here's a link to the article's abstract and citation, in case you need to reference it: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0899328905800574
Once the request is recieved, it often arrives very quickly, perhaps within a day or two (though during busy library times, or if it's a rare item, it may take longer). You will get an email when your article is available; from there, log into your account, and click "View Electronically Received Articles" to view the pdf. Keep in mind that articles will disappear after 30 days from posting. For any questions about ILL, please see out FAQ: https://unomaha.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/nbu/FAQ.html
Also, when you're searching in our databases, it's even easier to use ILL. When you come across a Get Item button, it takes you to a page that either gives you links to click to find the full text of an item, or it tells you that we don't have the full text. From this screen, if you simply click the "Request Item Through InterLibrary Loan" button, the form to request the item will already be filled out for you.
Hope this helps! Feel free to contact us again with more questions.
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