|Resource Type||A browsable and searchable collection of full-text e-journals from various publishers.|
|Subject Area||All subjects.
|Availability||Trent - Access available to any valid Trent user, using their Novell Password in the Library, or at home through the PROXY SERVER.|
|How to Access||proxy server.|
This group of e-journals covers scholarly information on all subjects. There are over 30 million articles from over 8,000 full-text journals on this site. The overwhelming majority of e-journals to which Trent subscribes are available on this site. The journals can be searched or browsed.
The content in Scholars Portal is hand-selected by subject specialists at the 21 university libraries that make up the Ontario Council of University Libraries. The content you will find in Scholars Portal comprises the most complete multi-disciplinary database of peer reviewed academic literature available anywhere. With a single-search, you can find material from the important journals in your field. You can track new issues in these journals using RSS feeds. You can follow citation links to explore different treatments of topics. You can explore historical dimensions of many topics by searching through extensive backfiles of digitized articles. (from the website)
Using a single interface you can search or browse to find results in full text e-journals.
The Scholars Portal project is funded by the Ontario Information Infrastructure (part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries), and it is hosted at the University of Toronto. It is available at all Ontario Universities.
See the Scholars Portal information page
|Coverage||Varies by publisher.|
From a list of results, select the items you wish to export by clicking in the box beside them. Then select the Marked Records tab and choose RefWorks.
From a full citation, click RefWorks.
RefWorks will open in a new window where you can login. Your records will be loaded into RefWorks in the "Most Recent" folder.
|Mobile Access||See the Mobile Access information for Scholars Portal Journals.|
A stable url (or persistent link) is a link that connects a user to a particular item in a database or on the web.
You have options in the Scholars Portal Journals interface. Below the Abstract of each item find the information you need. Look for this:
1. There is a Permalink at the bottom of each record which is a stable url for that article.
If it doesn't already include the proxy information, add the proxy prefix to the beginning:
2. Many journals in Scholars Portal Journals also use the DOI system to create a stable link.
To link to a particular article via DOI, look for the line that provides a doi and use it create a link.
To ensure off-campus access, include the proxy prefix:
Since this database also contains links to you can use the "Save Citation" data to create a link to the article.
Last updated: 07-13-2012
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