Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 6156
All current NUS students and staff have access to electronic resources via the library's subscription.
However, not every article is available, for example the library usually only has online coverage for journals for most but not all Wiley Journals from 1997 onwards and also does not have every article hosted on Ingentaconntect. Library may not have ebooks hosted on Project Muse etc.
All access to eresources requires access via Ezproxy, this includes on-campus or off-campus.
Use the following methods first, if you are
- Searching from Google Scholar
- Searching from PubMed
- Enter just the article title only into FindMore@NUSL in the default library search.
- Otherwise use the proxy bookmarklet method if you are already on the publisher page.
If you tried these methods already, please follow the procedure here to confirm if the journal article is available via either another source or in print.
If the article is still not available, you can consider using document delivery service .
If you think the article should be available (e.g. the record says the online version with the correct year of coverage is available but the link doesn't work) you can .
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