You asked, we delivered – Making it easier to find peer-reviewed articles and more!

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With recent enhancements to relevancy ranking for top search results, the Library catalogue will now search for ‘Everything’ by default. catalogue results page

Previously, the catalogue only searched for 'Everything except articles' (by default), meaning your search results didn't include journal and newspaper articles.

You can always revert back to excluding articles, by selecting 'Everything except articles' from the drop-down.

While searching the catalogue, you can use 'Refine my results' to narrow your results to specific formats, peer-reviewed journals or to only see articles that are available online.

While the full-text of many databases, such as  Informit, JSTOR, Literature Resource Center and ProQuest Central are searchable through the catalogue, some need to be searched individually through the Library’s eresources page. These include:

We can also recommend methods and resources to help with your research and guide you with accessing eresources.

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