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The Full citation page displays the full details of a International Index to Music Periodicals article.
Full citations contain the following information (where available):
Note: the IIMP citation number is no longer displayed on the full citation page.
If you are subscribed to Naxos Music Library and have Naxos linking enabled, you will see additional links displayed in the Narrow Subject field. These link to pages within the Naxos Music Library site containing information about composers.
Note: all Naxos links open in a new browser window. Once within the Naxos Music Library, subscribers can access additional Naxos material such as composer biographies and recordings of works by various artists, composers and orchestras.
If you have accessed a full citation from a search results page, links to the previous and next result in the list will be displayed at the top of the page, click a link to open the full citation for that result. To return to the search results page click the Back to results link in the side panel.
When the full citation has been accessed directly from a Search Results page, hit highlighting is used to identify your search terms within the record. Hits are shown with a bright yellow background.
If you a JSTOR subscriber and have requested JSTOR linking to be enabled and full text is available from JSTOR a link will be shown in the full citation which will take you to the full text within the JSTOR site. E.g.
Click on a link to open the full text.
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If you are a Project MUSE subscriber and have requested Project MUSE linking to be activated and full text is available from Project MUSE a link will be shown in the full citation which will take you to the document on the Project Muse site. E.g.
Click on a link to open the full text.
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If outbound OpenURL linking has been enabled for your institution, an additional link will appear below the full citation. Click on this link to forward the article details to your institution's link resolver which will look for the article in other services.
For further information on setting up linking to full text please see the Information Resources area.
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You can add a full citation to the Marked List so that you can collect together several documents ready for emailing, printing or downloading during your session on International Index to Music Periodicals. To do this:
You can view items in the Marked List at any time by following the Marked List link at the top of the page.
You can obtain the durable link for a full citation by clicking the Durable URL link in the side panel at the right of the page. A pop-up window will open displaying the URL; you can copy and paste it into your documents and email.
Use the email link in the side panel at the right of the page to go to the Email page which contains a form to enable you to email the full citation.
Note: to email more than one citation at a time you will need to use Marked List or My Archive.
You can print the full citation you are currently viewing in one of the following ways:
Use the Download citation link to go to the Download page where you can choose the format of the full citation for downloading to your computer.
This page provides options for you to download the record in plain text format, download in a format compatible with ProCite, EndNote, Reference Manager and RefWorks or export directly to ProCite, EndNote, Reference Manager or RefWorks.
You can save a full citation to My Archive for future reference.
If you do not have a My Archive account, or would like more information, go to the My Archive Help Page.