Search for the title, or the main phrase from the title, enclosed in double quotation marks. If necessary, add the author’s surname to the search box.
For example, To search for the book ... Naidoo, J., & Wills, J. (20009). Foundations for health promotion (3rd ed.). Bailliere Tindall Elsevier ... just enter ... "foundations for health promotion" ... in the search box.
If you get numerous results, you can limit to Resource type > Books using the refiners to the left of the results list
You can limit further to books held by a particular campus library, or to eBooks. To limit a results list of books to eBooks, click on the Show only > Available online link.
Sometimes it’s difficult to tell in which format a book is available. eBooks have an Available online link; print books have an Available at ... or Check Availability link.
If you see a book tagged with Multiple versions, click on the See all versions link to further drill down to the individual book records
If searching for a book chapter, you can try searching for the chapter title, but it’s probably safer to search for the book title, and then proceed to the chapter.
If you are looking for a journal article, search for the article title, just as you would for a book title.
If you get a result, it should mean that the article is available online. Click on Download PDF to go straight to a PDF of the item, or on View online (and follow the prompts) to access the article in a database.
If searching by article title doesn’t find the item, try searching by journal title. If you get a result, you can follow the prompts to go to the journal in an online database, and
If you have any problems, please contact the Library.
This video explains how you can request loans and copies ("digitisations") from the Library.