Answered By: Valentin Macias Last Updated: May 19, 2017 Views: 46
Some databases, such as EBSCOhost, will have an envelope icon, located as a sidebar on the right that can let you imput your e-mail address so that you can send the article link, or in some cases, even the whole article itself in PDF format. EBSCO e-books will allow for parts of an e-book to be e-mailed as a PDF file, the number of maximum pages allowed may vary. Gale databases also offer this service as well as Lexis Nexis. Some, however, like JSTOR currently do not offer e-mailing services, but you can get around this by simply downloading the article and then by uploading it to your e-mail to send to yourself as an attachment.