Publication Finder allows you to search or browse all publications made available to you by your institution, regardless of the vendor or provider.
Publication Finder features a responsive Autocomplete feature that displays titles containing your search terms as you type them. When the specific title you are searching for appears in the list, simply click the title to view the available options for that title in a result list.
To search Publication Finder:
Enter search criteria in the Search field. (e.g. title, subject, or ISSN/ISBN). To search for a specific publisher use field code PB (e.g. PB Elsevier).
Click on a Discipline (if made available by your administrator) to browse a result list of titles related to that subject.
Note: Each discipline includes a number that indicates the number of related publications in your institution's holdings.
A result list is displayed.
Use the limiters and facets under Refine Search in the left-hand column to refine your results. For example, if you would like to limit your result list to only Journals, click the Journals link in the Resource Type facet under Limit Your Results.
Note: If the Keep Search Limiters checkbox is enabled below the Find field, you can create another search using the same limiters by simply entering a new search term in the Find field and clicking Search.
From the Result List, use the Search within Publication box (when available) to enter search terms and locate full text articles from that publication.
Click the Full Text Access link to view all of the resources from which you can view full text articles for that title.
Note: The Search within Publications feature appears for specific indexed publications.
Click an article or publication title to view the detailed record.
On the detail screen, you can view citation information about a publication or article, as well as Search within the Publication for full text articles, and view all sources of full text for the publication or article by clicking the Full Text Access link.