The Libraries have subscribed to Elsevier's ClinicalKey online service, which replaces the electronic content that was formerly offered through MDConsult. It offers a more robust (yet simple) searching interface and access to thousands more books and journals, as well as other sources, as noted in the following list. ClinicalKey is a comprehensive, trusted, and speedy resource for clinical information, enabling faculty, residents, and students to locate topic overviews as well as in-depth information in order to meet every day and unusual clinical challenges.
We've got them! We've been making some big changes over the summer, especially when it comes to finding electronic journals.
The Libraries' transition from SFX to Get It! is almost complete. You should be seeing the eye-catching Get It! button in all database search result. Get It! will lead from your search results to the Drexel-subscribed options for getting the full text of an article online; if the article isn't available online, Get It!
The libraries have begun transitioning to a new link-resolver system; that's "library-talk" for the mechanism that helps you get from an article citation in one database to the article content that may be available from a different provider.
The SFX icons that you've seen in the past will be going away and will be replaced by the bold new icon you see above. This change will be ph
We have been experiencing some difficulties connecting to journals in the OVID and ScienceDirect (Elsevier) collections via the SFX linking system. The OVID problem seems to occur only when connecting from off-campus while the ScienceDirect problem can occur regardless of location.
In both cases, it is still possible to obtain the desired journal article.
For ScienceDirect journals: ScienceDirect seems to be having trouble interpreting the article-level information from SFX. Return to the SFX window, and remove the year, volume, issue a