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SUSS It Out!

The Shelf Life #1

by Marion Ngo on 2021-03-16T15:51:00+08:00 | Comments

The Shelf Life | 2021, Feb | Issue No. 1

SUSS Library has a newsletter!

  • We're ringing in the new year with RemoteXs, a handy bookmarklet for accessing articles in a click.

  • Kanopy is up and running: perfect for being entertained and educated this period.

  • Learn how to link your Google Scholar with SUSS Library!

Click here to read the PDF version of our newsletter.

You can also keep an eye out for upcoming issues, which we will place in this Library Guide.


New Resources

We've expanded our eResources this year!

  1. Education Source by EBSCO

    (previously Education Research Complete; expanded from 1,100 to 1,900 journals)

  2. 2021 SAGE Premier
    previously SAGE HSS 2020; expanded from 760 journals to 1,100 journals)

  3. Kanopy

    For films, documentaries and more

  4. Artstor
    (available until 30 June 2021)
    For art, images and more

(P.S. Here are resources we acquired last year, in case you missed it. Discover more Databases in Databases A-Z.)

RemoteXs Proxy Bookmarklet

We are migrating from OpenAthens to RemoteXs! The RemoteXs Proxy Bookmarklet allows you to access subscribed resources in a click, even when you're searching outside SUSS Library.

Read our library guide here.

P.S. You might be interested in our LibKey Nomad guide, too.

Other Resources

Google Scholar x SUSS Library

You can link Google Scholar to SUSS Library! Head to Google Scholar, settings > library links. (View all FAQs here).

Searching for Articles

What's "boolean", "peer reviewed", "open access"? What do we type in the search box; how do we get what we want? Here's a handy walkthrough in our Searching for Articles library guide.

As usual, if you have any questions, do feel free to email us (! You can check out our FAQs to see if your question has already been answered; if not, you can always book an online consultation to speak with a librarian.

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