Sometimes, you will find an article that seems perfect for your topic. For instance, you found an article in another article's references. You searched for the article using the Mardigian Search on the library's home page and searched using Google Scholar, but you can't find a link to the full text of the article. What do you do? Request the article through interlibrary loan. Note that it usually takes 3 to 5 days to have the article (or a link to the article) emailed to you.
See below for a tutorial about how to request something through interlibrary loan.