Article Galaxy Scholar is a service that the Library recently implemented to provides campus users with the ability to access journal articles the Library does not have access to. Article Galaxy Scholar will replace our current token and pay-per-view system currently in place. Users receive these articles rapidly and the service is available 24/7.
When you come across an article from a journal that the Library does not subscribe to, in Library Search a link will be generated that will say “Get Article through Article Galaxy Scholar”. When you click the “Find It” link in any of the databases that the Library subscribes to or the “Find it @ Wheaton” link from Google Scholar, you will be brought to the article in Library Search that offers the Article Galaxy Scholar option. You do not need an Article Galaxy Scholar account to request an article, just enter your Wheaton email address and hit the submit button.
Currently, Article Galaxy Scholar is set up to allow purchase for all Sage, Wiley and Elsevier published articles that the Library does not have access to.
You should receive your article within 24 hours or less.
Once you are emailed your article link, you will have 30 days to download the content. **It should be noted that you may only download the article once, so please make sure to save the article to your personal device to ensure future use.
You can utilize Article Galaxy Scholar up to 10 times a semester. After you reach your limit you will be automatically routed to ILLiad to fulfill the article request.
All questions about Article Galaxy Scholar should be sent to email@example.com