Answered By: Robert Sebek Last Updated: May 16, 2018 Views: 70
Discovery Search results link to different kinds of resources, so the link mainly depends on the type of resource.
If the result is a print book or DVD or another type of media that is not accessible online, the link will be to a record showing the location.
If the result is something that is freely accessible online, such as something from the federal government, an ebook or streaming video or audio, there should be a direct link to that source.
We will link to full text journal articles and conference proceedings if we have a subscription to the journal or have been given access to the website by the publisher. If we do not access to the article, conference proceeding, book etc, we will provide a link to the GetVText screen that gives information about requesting the material through Interlibrary Loan (Illiad).