Not at present – however more content is constantly added by our search provider.
While CrossSearch is great place to begin searching for information, for more comprehensive research you will need to use subject-specific databases or subject guides to get the best results.
Use the publication date slider on the left hand menu, or click Relevance at the top of the results to change to Date (newest)
To find a link to a journal, as opposed to articles in a journal, click the arrow beside Search to go to Advanced Search, and type the journal name in the Publication title box. Next, select Journal / eJournal from Show ontent type
To highlight books and other material from the Library's catalogue found by your search: click Items in the library catalogue in the left-hand pane.
This limit displays only the online journal articles found by your search, and excludes other scholarly materials such as books, which are in the Library catalogue. We are working with the service developers on this issue.
Type Australia in the search box as well as your other search words if you need material about Australia.
Click the small folder icon to the right of the title to add the item to a temporary folder.
The Saved items folder displays at the top of your screen. From here you can print or email your selected records.
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CrossSearch uses the Ulrichsweb's classifications of journals. Scholarly describes the primary audience for the publication. Peer-reviewed "refers to the system of critical evaluation of manuscripts/articles by professional colleagues or peers. The content of refereed publications is sanctioned, vetted, or otherwise approved by a peer-review or editorial board."
Most peer-reviewed/refereed publications are also Academic/Scholarly serials, but it is possible for a publication to have one designation but not the other.
Watch Scholarly versus non-scholarly resources, and for more information, check out the eSearch to Research online tutorial for new students. There are modules covering four different disciplines (Arts, Education and Social Work, Law, and School of Business). The information in each is very similar but the examples are discipline-specific. Choose the most appropriate discipline for you.
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- Enter your search words then Refine your results using the left-hand pane.
- Put quotation marks around words that should appear next to each other, eg "Seeing from above the aerial view in visual culture"
- To find material about Australia, include Australia in your search words eg "electoral system" Australia
- User guide: Get started with CrossSearch