However, when you click on an article link, you are asked to pay for the full text. An alert will appear letting you know you can access the material by signing in. Click the "Get Access" button to be directed to the NIE Library authentication page.
After you have authenticated with your NIE Login account details, you will be able to access the full text.
An alert will appear letting you know you can access the full text resources in the journal or database by signing in. Click the "Get Access" button and continue your search for full text.
Now that access has been granted, any full text articles will be available to you without further authentication.
In situations like this, LibFetch! will alert you and give you a link to where the best full text is available, which is the published article in Taylor & Francis, rather than the accepted manuscript version. Simply click "Get Access" to be directed to the full text!
You are directed to the published article in Taylor & Francis, which is part of the library's subscription.
Lean Library automatically looks for an alternative source for the full text. Simply click "Get Access" to be directed to the full text!
In this case, you will be re-directed to an NIE Library subscribed e-resource which is EBSCOHost Education Source database.
LibFetch! automatically looks for an alternative source for the full text. Simply click on the ebook title link in the pop-up box to be directed to the full text!
In this case, you will be re-directed to an NIE Library subscribed book in Springer database.
Some e-resources have an open access version and a licensed version online. If an e-resource is not available as a licensed version through the library's subscription but available somewhere else for free, LibFetch! will let you know. Click "Get Article" to be taken to the open access version of the e-resource.
Note: The open access version may not be the final published article but an earlier manuscript version.
While the library tries to provide access to a wide range of materials, we unfortunately cannot purchase or subscribe every book, journal, or every issue from a particular journal. When you find an e-resource that is not available in NIE Library's subscription and is not available as open access, LibFetch! will direct you to our Document Delivery page where you can request a copy of the resource. Just click "Submit Request " to be linked to the Document Delivery page.
Please also refer to this page on more information on what to do if you cannot access a resource online in full text.
You can then request for a scanned copy of the book chapter or article to be sent to you, subject to copyright restrictions.