Elsevier changes

On Tuesday, April 23, 2019 the LSU Faculty Senate voted to approve Resolution 19-05, recommending the cancellation of the LSU Libraries’ subscription to its bundle of Elsevier journals and adoption of a subscription model that involves subscribing to titles in an à la carte manner, narrowing Elsevier journal subscriptions to journals that are the most appropriate for LSU’s needs. The changes took place in January 2020.  Access to the canceled content is available in the following ways:

Interlibrary Loan
Interlibrary Loan can provide access to the canceled journal articles in about 24 hours.

Expedited article delivery
The Libraries is offering a new expedited delivery service to faculty and graduate students. Expedited articles arrive in about 2 hours and all journal articles from the canceled "big deal" subscription qualify. The Libraries is charged a per article fee and asks that the service be used only when necessary.

Open access
Open access versions of articles are often available and discoverable through Google Scholar or through open access browser plugins and extensions like Open Access Button and Unpaywall

Direct from the author
Most publishers allow authors to share their own work. Authors can be contacted directly and may be found through research-oriented social networking sites such as Academia.eduMendeley, and HumanitiesCommons.

Contact your subject librarian
Subject librarians are available to help connect you with what you need.