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Sfx in-refworks

  1. 1. Linking to online services and full text articles The SFX button enables you to link from your references inRefWorks to related online services, including full text articles.
  2. 2. Linking to online services and full text articles The SFX button indicates the availability of the reference from an external service Click the SFX button.
  3. 3. Linking to online services and full text articles The SFX screen opens The title of the article and the source (i.e. the journal name), In this example the full publication date, text is available. Click volume, issue and the ‘GO’ button. This page numbers are links you to the full text displayed at the top of the article. of the screen.
  4. 4. Click on PDF to get the full text
  5. 5. Linking to online services and full text articles By clicking the ‘GO’ button from the ‘Holdings in UCT Library catalogue’ area, you will find out whether UCT Libraries subscribes to the print version of this journal or not.
  6. 6. Linking to online services and full text articles The print version of this journal title is available at UCT Libraries.
  7. 7. In this example thereference is a book.Click on the SFX Button
  8. 8. Linking to online services and full text articles In this example the reference is a book. The ‘Holding information’ area links to the WorldCat database (tells you which libraries hold this book worldwide) and also links to the UCT Libraries onlineClick on the ‘GO’ Button catalogue (ALEPH).from the ‘Holdings in UCTLibrary catalogue’ area.This will link you to UCTLibraries catalogue.
  9. 9. Linking to online services and full text articles UCT Libraries catalogue (ALEPH) In this example the book is available at UCT Libraries.
  10. 10. Linking to online services and full text articles UCT Libraries catalogue (ALEPH) In this example the book is available at UCT Libraries.

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