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Have you tried USearch, the Library's discovery service? The USearch service, provided by EBSCO, offers a Google-like search across many of the Library databases with links to thousands of e-journals. It presents a single results list of journal articles, conference papers, reports & more. Search results can be refined easily using intuitive controls shown alongside your results. Your search results will often include direct links to full-text, either as PDF or HTML text. Where no direct links are available, you may see alternative full-text access represented by the 'U Find it' button:

USearch searches and links to Library e-resources. To find books (including e-books), printed journals & other hard copy material please use the Library Catalogue. A Library guide to USearch is available for more information.

As well as the USearch service, there is also a comprehensive Library e-journals list, again supplied by EBSCO. The e-journals list offers a simple way to find all the full-text titles on offer from the Library and their coverage.

If you have any comments on the USearch service, please email us at usearch.feedback@library.ulster.ac.uk.



Library Annual Report 2014-2015

The Library Annual Report 2014-2015 is now available to view from the Library Documents page.

New E-Resource Trial: APA Style Central

The Library now has trial access to the APA Style CENTRAL, an authoritative and complete online environment for teaching, writing and publishing in American Psychological Association style. APA Style CENTRAL is now available via the Library Databases page. Trial ends: 31/08/16.

IBISWorld Database

The KeyNote market research database is no longer being updated and the Library has cancelled its subscription. The IBISWorld database is now available for UK market research and industry information for 400+ sectors. The Library also subscribes to other market research databases such as Mintel, Passport and MarketLine (in Business Source Complete) & these all contain information on UK sectors as well as international market research.

New E-Resource: Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism

The Library now has access to the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism, the largest & most comprehensive resource for the study of modernism, covering: literature, architecture, visual arts, music, dance, theatre, film & intellectual currents. Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism is now available via the Library Databases page.

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