Full Text Finder – links to full texts

Using Full Text Finder?

Wherever you find any of the Full Text Finder icons, you can click it and Full Text Finder tries to find the related full text (including information about printed version availability in the university libraries).

The Full Text Finder icon may differ from resource to resource. A caption like this can also be found: Find/get full text at MU/Masaryk University.

Some of the used icons:
  • Full Text Finder icon
  • Full Text Finder MU
  • Full Text Finder MU 2
  • Full Text Finder MU 3
  • Full Text Finder MU at Scopus

The Full Text Finder service helps to find fulltexts in the electronic information resources (especially bibliographic databases) that are available at Masaryk University. The service is available for multiple databases now (ProQuest, EBSCO, SpringerLink, ScienceDirect, PubMed, MathSciNet etc.), as well as in the discovery.muni service and Google Scholar.

Which resources and services support Full Text Finder?

Full Text Finder service is fully supported by discovery.muni.

It is also connected to various electronic information resources (especially bibliographic databases). Resources that support the Full Text Finder are marked with Full Text Finder. See the list of resources supported by Full Text Finder.

An example of a Full Text Finder link (in the red box) at discovery.muni:

Full Text Finder in EDS example

Google Scholar

Full Text Finder is supported by Google Scholar. When you click the icon Google Scholar arrow one of the links Get Fulltext at MU (in case Google knows that MU subscibes the full text) or Try to Get Fulltext at MU (Google does not know if the full text is available) appears. See the example below (the links and the arrow are in the red box):

Google Scholar example

Access to this service has been supported by OP VaVpI MEDINFO - Informační zdroje pro medicínu a příbuzné obory, CZ.1.05/3.2.00/12.0225.