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Finding and viewing journal articles in Hunter


Finding and viewing journal articles in Hunter

Step 1:  Visit or the Library Homepage - the Hunter search bar is in the middle of the page.
Choose 'Articles and more' from the drop down menu, enter a selection of keywords and click the magnifying glass:



Step 2:  You'll then see a list of resources that match your keywords. Select one of the results you wish to read, then click on the 'Full text available' link to read the article online:


Step 3: Scroll down to the 'View Online' section which will reveal more details about who provides the online full text. Click on link that indicates where the full text is available:



       This will open up the journal article in your browser.


I can view the articles that I want!



Tip: If you know the title of the journal article that you're looking for, type it into the search box and Hunter will find it for you if we have paid for access to the article.

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Video: How to find articles in Hunter (subtitled)

Offsite access to journal articles

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Note: If you're accessing the online resources offsite, you will be asked for a username and password. Use the SGUL username and password that you use to access the University computers. The log in page can look different depending on the supplier of the article.

You'll be asked to find your 'institution', remember to look for 'St George's, University of London'.

This might also be referred to as a 'Shibboleth' login - again, just use your SGUL username and password.

(NHS users should log in using OpenAthens, please refer to the relevant helpsheet on the Library help page on the website.)