OneSearch is the Library's discovery tool to help you find resources and access their full-text content. If you cannot get full-text from elsewhere, you can always check on OneSearch and see if it is available through Library's subscription.
There are a few ways to access full-text after you found an article in OneSearch.
Take this article on OneSearch as an example. Make sure to sign in OneSearch to view the full text.
❶ Download PDF directly
❷ View the article within the journal on BrowZine platform. This allows you to view other articles in the same volume/issue of the journal.
❸ View the article from publisher's site. This allows you to view other related articles recommended by the journal.Click to see examples in screenshots
❶ Directly download article in PDF:
❷ View article within the journal on BrowZine platform:
❸ View article from publisher's site:
The way to access an e-book can be different depending on the platform the book is located. Some platforms allow you to download the whole book in PDF with one click, while some allow downloading a limited number of pages per day due to copyright restrictions.
Here are a few commonly seen examples from e-book databases:
⦿ Full book download allowed. Usually, books directly offered by publishers offer full book or chapter download options.
⦿ Limited no. of pages download per day. Two major e-book providers - ProQuest and EBSCOhost- offer this option. Note that some popular books may only allow online reading. There is no limitation if you read the book online.
⦿ PDF full download is not available. Usually, textbook providers offer this option.
You can check out the books and read them online for a specified no. of hours.
Some books may allow downloading a number of pages to PDF with watermarks.
Library has subscribed to over 170k scholarly journals and 99.5% of them are in e-format. Visit Journals A-Z to find and access the journals available through the Library. You may also use BrowZine which allows easy browsing, reading and following journals on both desktop and mobile devices.
Other than accessing articles, books, etc. from OneSearch, you can also go to a database to find specific types of materials. Check the list of databases that offer specific types of resources: