The following slides show you how to access the electronic versions of the journals. If you have any problems you can contact: David Clark (Subject Librarian : Science & Technology) (Tel: 01332 591203, email: [email_address] )
Logon to UDo & select “ Athens – for Library resources” under Quick Links
Use Electronic Journals A-Z to find a specific electronic journal
Type in the journal title you are looking for or a couple of words from the title & click on Search
Click on the publisher’s link under the journal title – i.e. Wiley Online Library
As with most electronic journals, because you are “off-campus” you need to find an Athens login link & double click on it (You don’t need to do this when you are on campus.) In the case of Wiley-Blackwell journals, first select “ INSTITUTIONAL LOGIN”
Then, again only if you are off-campus, click on “ Go to Athens”. Don’t fill in the Username/ Password boxes
If you want to search for articles on a topic in the journal, then type in 1 or 2 keywords/search terms or an author in the Search box. If you use Advanced search, it will search all Wiley-Blackwell titles unless you specify this title If you are looking for a specific article from the journal & know the volume, date & title etc, then select from the dates & volumes.
Now select the issue number you need. The unlocked padlock icon indicates you have access to the full journal articles. If you don’t see this for a volume we should have, then you have probably not logged in correctly. Find the Institutional & Athens login links & click on them.
Click on Full Article (HTML) or PDF to view the whole journal article.
What makes a good literature review and introduction?
Has a clear focus and rationale
Addresses a meaningful psychological issue
Is integrative and critically analytic/evaluative
Is usefully structured
Arrives at meaningful conclusions that contribute to understanding of the literature (i.e., it adds something to what was known before)