If you’re interested in finding full-text online journal articles for your research, we have a new search function in the Library catalogue. It allows you to search across more of our e-journals simultaneously than ever before. When searching the catalogue just click on the ‘articles’ tab to give it a try.
Who can access the articles?
Anyone can search the Library catalogue and see what journal articles are available on a given topic in the articles tab, however the majority of our e-journals are only accessible to Library members.
Library members can access the full text articles remotely with their username and password. Note that not all articles are available remotely due to the publishers licensing restrictions.
You will be able to access the full text articles without logging into the catalogue if you are in the Library.
What can you search?
Major journals such as the Lancet, Medical History’ and New England Journal of Medicine can be searched simultaneously alongside a variety of other resources such as Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
The ‘Advanced Search’ and ‘Refine by’ options enable you to get to the articles you want faster.
Please email me – firstname.lastname@example.org – with any comments. Your responses will not be shared outside of the Library.