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You don't need to know what library has the item you're looking for. The system will find a library for you and send a request for them to scan the article and e-mail it to you. It usually takes a few days. And it's free!
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 Endnote or Zotero to manage your citations, many databases allow you to export directly into your citation lists.
For long-term research, most databases have notification services that will automatically alert you (by e-mail or a custom rss feed) when a new article or book is added to the database which fits your chosen search criteria.
Notifications services provide an excellent method of keeping up-to-date with new publications in a field, by an author, or in a journal title.
Check the Help menu of a database to find out if it offers a notification system and, if so, how to use it.