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Besides navigating to full-text (if possible) or linking to ILLiad in order to interlibrary loan the item, the SFX menu presents more options:
Is this peer reviewed? Connects to the Ulrich's Web database, which shows information about the journal, including whether or not the journal is refereed (therefore "peer reviewed"), links to the journal home page, displays available RSS feeds, links to Journal Citation Reports to show the impact of the journal within the discipline, etc.
Create a link to this item: creates a persistent URL and citation to embed in a web page or Blackboard course
Export to RefWorks: will export the citation into Endnote Web (requires free registration and individual login), and also allows linking via SFX back to the full-text, if available
Ask a Librarian for Help: Links to the 24/7 Live Help service, which connects to live professional help (our CSUF librarians contribute hours also)
Export an SFX problem: sends an e-mail to library staff who will troubleshoot issues such as proxy problems, subscription problems, etc. Best way to report a problem as the URL will also be sent allowing staff to see exactly what information was sent to the service.
Search Google Scholar: Often you may find the article or a preprint or related article freely available on the web
Is this peer reviewed/referreed?: Looks up the journal in Ulrichsweb, where you can see if the journal is referreed.
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