Melvyl Adds New Journal Articles

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Melvyl, the discovery tool of the UC libraries, has recently been enriched with several million new journal articles and other documents from a wide range of databases. This is especially helpful for broad, multidisciplinary topics. Once you find a relevant database for your topic, you can then search that specific database via the library’s website. Relevant databases to the UCSF community include:

  • BioMed Central
  • BioOne
  • ERIC
  • History of Science, Technology & Medicine

Some tips:

* Links in the left sidebar let you narrow your search to articles or ebooks only, or to focus on items from particular databases.

melvyl interface

* In most cases, Melvyl will display citations and abstracts, with the full text accessible through the yellow UC-eLinks button.

* Make sure you're on the campus network to view full text.

For more information, see the Expanded Article Content in Melvyl® Guide, or contact us.

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