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E-Resources Help

Having trouble accessing an e-journal or database?

Search for a specific citation

For the examples below, use the following citation:

Du Toit, G. G. (04/2016). The new england journal of medicine: Effect of avoidance on peanut allergy after early peanut consumption. Massachusetts Medical Society. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa1514209

Finding resources

The library's e-journal list is a searchable, alphabetical list of titles to which our library subscribes.

  1. From the left side bar on the library homepage, click on Find Books, Journal Articles & More, then E-Journals.
  2. Search journal title or browse by medical subject. 
  3. The results will show which database(s) offer full text access to this journal, and the range of publication dates that each one offers. 
  4. This takes us to the base page of the journal in the selected database. From here, browse by year, volume, and issue or search for article by using the article title. 

 

You can also locate an electronic citation from a database and using the HSCLink button to access full text. For this example, PubMed will be used. 

  1. Access PubMed from the library homepage or through the A-Z database list.
  2. Enter article title into the search bar and click search. 
  3. Click on the article title to access full record. From here, you will be able click on the HSCLink button to locate the full text. 

Unfamiliar with HSCLink? See our FAQ page. 

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