Q. How can I access articles from these sites without paying?
To access those articles, there are a couple ways you can search in the Online Library.
1. You can go to the Online Library, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and enter the title of the article you are looking for under "Library Search." I would recommend putting the title in quotation marks, to bring back the exact phrase. If it's an article the Online Library has access to, you will find it listed in the search results. Simply click on the article title to access the article.
2. You can search for the articles in Google Scholar. To search for articles in the Argosy Library in Google Scholar, log into Google, click on "Settings" and then select "Library Links." Search for "Argosy" and check off the three boxes that come up for Argosy. Then hit save. You can then search within Google Scholar for articles we have access to.
If you are unable to find the articles through either one of these avenues, you can request the articles through Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad). You can find Interlibrary Loan in the Online Library under "Services & Policies" --> "Interlibrary Loan." You will need to sign up for a (free!) account to request materials. If you request materials, Interlibrary Loan librarians will make every effort to find an available copy for you to access. Be aware that this does take some time (usually several days) and not everything is available through Interlibrary Loan.
Please let us know if you have any other questions!