You run across article suggestions all the time when you are doing research - articles that professors recommend to you, articles cited in bibliographies and works cited lists, and more. Here's how to find the text of those articles.
There are two things that you need to track down the text: the name of the journal and the volume/year when your article was published.
From the library homepage choose the OSU Library catalog from the Quicklinks:
Don't let Google Scholar lead you astray!
Google Scholar is a great place to scan across a lot of sources at once, but if it doesn't know that you have rights to access online articles and other sources from a library, it might send you to a page like this - which asks you to pay for the article you want: