Occasionally you will discover important articles via a simple Google search. If one clicks directly into the publisher's website via these Google results, the publisher may block your access to the content and prompt you for a small payment
A publisher will happily collect your money if you choose to part with it, however, a better option would be to use the Harvard LibX plugin for your web browser. The LibX tool will quickly switch your browser session into the Harvard Library network, and provide access to many articles via our subscription arrangement with the publisher
More instructions on how to install and invoke the LibX utility in your web browser can be found here: http://library.harvard.edu/harvard-libx
While LibX is a very convenient tool, please keep in mind that some of our journal articles may be delivered to us via content providers other than the publisher's webpage. So for example... A Google search on a particular article may provide a link that directs you to a publisher's website.... Activating LibX in this scenario will tunnel through the Harvard network, and provide access to the article only if the library has subscribed to the journal at that location.
Some journals are provided to us by 3rd party aggregators, and not necessarily delivered via the publisher's webpage.Therefore, if you do not gain access to something using LibX, then always double check the Harvard Library Catalogto see if Harvard subscribes to the journal via some other content provider.