Keele University E Journals
Keele staff and students have access to several thousand electronic journals, including many not available in print form in the Library.
- To search for journal titles it is recommended you perform a ‘Search Books and more’ search on Library Search, this will show a list of results that you have access to in print and/or electronically.
- Many articles are now indexed individually on Library Search and can be found by performing a ‘Search everything’ search. You will need to look for the green ‘full text available’ or ‘view online’ icons, which indicate that you have access to the required article.
NHS licensed ejournals
Journals available to NHS staff are listed separately by the Health Library.
@Keele is active in most of the major databases subscribed to by Keele University. When browsing a database, where you see this symbol next to a journal article, you can click on the symbol to check if Keele has access to the full text of the article. If so, it details where the article can be accessed. @Keele works both on and off campus.
@Keele also works with Google Scholar but does require a simple setup in your Google Scholar preferences before you first use it. Visit the Google Scholar preferences page and search ‘Keele’ in the ‘Show library access links for’ box. Be careful to select ‘Keele University – View Online@Keele’ and save.
eJournals for NHS Users
NHS users can access a range of electronic journals online. These are supplied via a number of routes:
- NHS Core Content – purchased nationally
- Regional content – purchased by the Health Library in association with regional NHS organisations
- Local content – purchased by the Health Library
You can view the list of available ejournals via the NHS Evidence Journals page which is accessible via an Athens login.