Find full text of an article
If you know which article you want, you can find out whether the Library can offer you access to it by searching for the article title in Search@Library.
You will only be able to read the full text of an article if the Library subscribes to the journal in which the article was published.
Setting up Google Scholar to show which articles the Library subscribes to
- Go to Google Scholar
- Select the settings cog icon at the top of the screen
- Select Library links from the left hand menu, type Leeds into the search box, then select 'University of Leeds - Full text at the University of Leeds', and then select Save.
- When you now do a search, a link "Full text at Leeds Uni" will appear at the right of each search result where Leeds has a subscription to that material.
If you are following up a reference that uses an abbreviated journal title, you can use ISI Journal Abbreviations, Genamics JournalSeek or the list of journals included in health databases (PDF) to find the full title.
For law journals, the Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations is one of the best online sources.