Search for the full text of a known book in the SPU Library's discovery system, set to Search Scope SPU + Summit:
The search Hutter "Dust bound for heaven" returns an SPU copy on paper at the Library of Congress Call Number B765.T54 H88 2012, and a second SPU copy Online:
To secure the former, go to that call number location in the Library and pull the book off the shelf. To secure the latter, click on Online access and Sign in. For more information on accessing and using eBooks, see E-books at the SPU Library.
If the SPU Library does not offer a copy of any kind (in which case you might see Check Holdings),
or if the SPU copy is checked out, then Sign in to the Summit record, and Place Summit request. The screen shots below illustrate the second scenario, though the procedure is fundamentally the same in both cases:
Only if Signed in will you see the option to Place Summit request:
If the book you want is available via neither SPU nor Summit, then look it up in Libraries WorldWide (WorldCat), and Request via Interlibrary Loan:
If you would rather skip straight to the online version of the journal you are interested in, then place the title of your journal in the EJOURNAL SEARCH sector of the Advanced Search area of the Library's discovery system as follows.
To uncover open access materials, set Search Scope: to Articles, Books, and More. Here is a simple Author-Title "known item" search, though you can search this Scope by the Subject or the Any field as well:
Note that if I had not reset the Search Scope:, I would have come up empty: