There have been some changes to UEA Library’s search page and other pages (e.g. A-Z Databases and UEA Subject Guides).
Search is now done from the main UEA Library page. Choose either the BOOKS & EBOOKS or JOURNAL ARTICLES tab.
Results for print books now show the library floor. For an ebook, click on the View eBook link.
Results for journal articles are much the same as before (but the books have gone). Research Starters are now labelled Start Your Research.
The library has made some videos to help you, including this one:
When searching the internet, you can limit your search to a particular website or type of website. Put the word site: (with the colon) in front of a domain name such as uea.ac.uk or ac.uk.
For example, you could use these search terms to find information on Chinese societies at different universities:
|Limit search to these websites
||chinese society site:uea.ac.uk
||chinese society site:ed.ac.uk
|any British university
||chinese society site:ac.uk
|any American university
||chinese society site:edu
Some other examples of searches:
- probiotics site:nhs.uk
- visas site:gov.au
- peace site:mfa.gov.kp
The site: operator works on Google, Bing and DuckDuckGo.
For more information, see our Researching page.