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Get the most out of Google scholar
- You can use Google Scholar to link to journals.
- Set Middlesex University as your library: From the Scholar menu choose Settings > Library Links > search for Middlesex University > save.
- If you see full text at Middlesex you can access the paper.
- If not, use Inter Library Loan for free.
- In settings under Bibliography manager you can set the default link to RefWorks.
- For more information on searching Google and Google Scholar, see Effective internet searching.
- If you are asked to login, use normal your Middlesex Username and Password.
Search other university repositories
BASE looks at all the world's university repostitories and finds free Open Access articles in them.
Finding information in journals and magazines
Middlesex University subscribes to many databases. These contain full text journal articles, conference proceedings, illustrations and photographs.
On campus you can normally login directly to these resources. Off campus you should first login to myUniHub and then on the My University page follow the links in the My Library box. This will ensure your home computer has the correct cookies and that you are automatically logged in to the resources.
- Library Search does a general search of all our resources at the same time.
- Web of Science: See how papers have been cited by others and then track those citations to other linked works.
For help using our databases, please contact your Subject Liaison Librarian.
Accessing Journal Databases