Step 1: Search
The philosophy behind Discovery is to start with a generic
search which will produce a large number of results, and then
narrow down your search by filtering the results. To begin with,
enter the search terms which best match your enquiry in the search
box and click "Search".
If desired, you can restrict your results to
a Title search or
an Author search using the drop-down
menu beside the search box field.
(Keyword is the is the default search.)
Step 2: Narrow down your search
On the result list page, narrow down your search by using the
options located on the left. You can narrow down your search by
date, resource type, subject, publisher, publication, language,
Step 3: Access the results
Click on the title of the selected resource to view the
resource's complete details, or click the full-text link to access
the resource. Alternatively, hover your cursor over the
preview icon to view the
resource's details, or click the folder icon to save the
article to your personal folder (view the guide on how
to create a personal folder).
Results are displayed in groups of 10. To view the next 10
references (if available), click on the next page number in the
sequence, located below the result list.