How to use eresources@cambridge: #3 LibrarySearch+ (articles and more)

This is a really useful guide to using LibrarySearch+ which allows you to search for individual articles rather than for the journal they have been published in. You can also search by DOI. If the journal the article is published in is subscribed to by the University then you will get a direct link to the article that you can follow to get the full text access (via your Raven password if you are searching from outside of the University network).

ejournals@cambridge

LibrarySearch+ allows you to search for electronic content within the majority of the ejournals, newspapers and databases available to the University of Cambridge digitally. You can performgeneral keyword searches for an overview of a subjector find a specific article via a title search.

To search for printed material please useLibrarySearch (LibrarySearch will also provide holdings information for journal titles that are available electronically).

LibrarySearch+ The initial search screen allows you to choose between an ‘article’ searchor an‘everything’ search. The ‘article’ search will offer results for journal articles only (the ‘content type’‘journal article’ box will be checked by LibrarySearch+ on the left hand side of the results screen) whereas the ‘everything’ search will include results for newspaper articles, book chapters and book reviews, amongst other things.

LibrarySearch+ Refine Search If you would only like to see items that offer full text access online then make sure you check the ‘items…

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