In Scopus, you'll find a Get It @ MST! button or text link for each result. Clicking it will help you get to the full text.
If the library has a subscription to the resource you need, you'll usually get a link directly to the article. Occasionally you'll only get a link directly to the journal; when that happens, it's helpful to search for the article title on the journal's page.
If the library does not have an online subscription to what you need, you'll get a big green button you can use to place an Interlibrary Loan request. Click the button, log in with your S&T username and password, and you'll find the request form filled out for you.
Submit your request and you should have your article within a few business days. When it arrives you'll get an email with a link to log in to the Interlibrary Loan system. After you log in, your article will be in the "Electronically Received Articles" section.
For this assignment, many students will find useful results from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Unfortunately, our system doesn't play well with them.
If you want an ASEE article, the best way to go about getting it is by:
This should take you to a free PDF from ASEE.