Thelink links you to the full-text of the article that may be found in another database.
Interlibrary Loan/Tipasa is a service--libraries borrowing from other libraries for you. It is a simple service to use--it's found underneath the Looking for Full-Text Link, which is provided within most of our databases. If the Looking for Full-Text? link fails to find full-text, it will provide you with a Get It link.
Interlibrary Loan usually takes less than a week, sometimes less than a day. And it's free! Usually within 2-3 days you'll receive an email with a link to your article PDF.
Most databases offer the option of printing, downloading, or emailing your results.
A few databases require you to first save items to a folder or bookbag. Then you can print or email the folder/bookbag's content.
If you're using a program like Zotero to manage your citations, many databases allow you to export directly into your citation lists.