Answered By: David Gray Last Updated: Jan 09, 2015 Views: 53
Answered By: David Gray
Last Updated: Jan 09, 2015 Views: 53
There are 2 possible reasons and they are both related to our subscription to the online version of JAMA:
- First, make sure you followed a link from the LFCC library website or from Blackboard to the JAMA website so you are authenticated as an LFCC user. If you just Google JAMA and bypass the LFCC website or Blackboard you won't be granted access because JAMA won't know you're an LFCC student.
- Our JAMA subscription covers the most recent years of articles because that's typically what instructors require students to use. The older articles, called the JAMA Archives, might show up in your search results but you won't have access to the full-text of the older articles. If you need the specific article from the JAMA Archives, you can request it via Interlibrary Loan, and we will try to track it down for you.