If you already have a citation to a specific article, follow the instruction below to find the full text online.
Step 1: Read the citation, find out what is the title of the article and which journal published it.
Banda, Devender R., and Richard M. Kubina Jr. 2010. "Increasing Academic Compliance with Mathematics Tasks Using the High-Preference Strategy with a Student with Autism." Preventing School Failure 54, no. 2: 81-85.
Article title:Increasing Academic Compliance with Mathematics Tasks Using the High-Preference Strategy with a Student with Autism
Journal title: Preventing School Failure
Volume, Issue: Page begin-end: 54, no. 2: 81-85
Step 2: Find the journal
Go to the library website at http://www.jsu.edu/library/ click on the E-journals tab.
Key in the journal title and search.
You may get a list of databases that contain the specific journal.
Step 3: Click on the link of a database, you may either search with the article title or look for the article with Volume, Issue: Page etc.
Begin your search for articles using the following general databases. For more subject-specific information, please go to the Research Help, then click on the subject links in the Subject Librarian table..
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