This list includes databases with a narrower focus. They may be useful if your topic relates to the content area.
Already have a citation for a book or article? Try the following:
Search in Melvyl.
Search in Google Scholar, especially for article titles.
If a journal article, check to see if we have the journal for that year. Use e-Journals tab in QuickSearch.
Sample Citation: Ch(r)isti, Y. 2007. "Biodiesel from microalgae." Biotechnol Adv. 25:294-306.
Sample Citation (missing article title): Zhang, Y., Lynd, L.R. Biotechnol. & Bioeng. 88, 797 (2004).
How would we go about finding these?
Look for pdfs or html icons to access full-text immediately.
Click the UC-eLinks button to access full-text. You may be taken directly to the article, or you may be prompted to click on another hyperlink.
If the UC-eLinks does not offer an online option, use Request to order through Interlibrary Loan. Note: If the item is a book chapter, search in the Melvyl catalog first in case we have a print version.
If you Request an item (article, book etc.) your Library account is your UCMnetID.