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Early College Experience (ECE) Guide — Off-Campus Access

Guide to UConn Libraries' resources

Off Campus Access

Google Scholar, UConn AnyWare, and Technology

Off Campus Access to Google Scholar

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/ 

On-Campus? Google Scholar will automatically display links for access to the full text of search results.

Off Campus? Set Scholar Settings (From scholar.google.com , click on the Menu icon in the upper left corner and select "Settings") to configure Google Scholar to access UConn resources and enable exporting of citations to RefWorks.

Select Library Links from the Scholar Settings menu.

library links button on google scholar

  • Below the "Show library access links" 
    • enter UConn in search box and check the box next to  "UConn - UConnFullText"
    • check the box next to  "Open WorldCat - Library Search"

UConn Law affiliates: check boxes for UConn Law - UConn Law Links and UConn - UConnFullText
UConn Health Center affiliates: check the box for LM Stowe Library at UConn Health (not UConnFullText - UConn Health's authentication is not interoperable with UConn's NetID)

google scholar links for uconn libraries

Click SAVE to keep your changes.  save settings

Optional: 

From the Scholar Settings Search Results page, scroll down the page to Bibliography Manager.

  • under Bibliography Manager

select "Show links to import citations into RefWorks". Other tools available are BibTeX, RefMan and EndNote.

google scholar bibliography manager

Click SAVE to keep your changessave

You can also export citations directly from the Cite screen. 

 

Results in Google Scholar will be displayed with one of several notations:

UConnFullText[PDF][HTML][DOC] - or have no notation at all.

If a notation is displayed, click the link to access the full text.  

google scholar uconn full text link

If no notation is displayed, click More under the citation to display HelpMeGetIt

no full text using google scholar

google scholar help me get it

HelpMeGetIt may provide ways to access to the article, OR a link to request a copy through Interlibrary Services if we do not have online access.

If the access link does not work, or if there is no link, take your request directly to Interlibrary Services. This service obtains scans or loans of materials from other libraries, and is available without charge to UConn faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students.

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NOTE: links to non-UConn resources may inform you that you will have to pay to see the full text. Don't pay! You can generally obtain any Google Scholar result free through the UConn Library's sources, such as databasesUConn WorldCatthe Library's General Search or by ordering the paper, article, thesis, book, etc. from Interlibrary Services. 

The Cited by link under the Google Scholar citation is another way to expand your search and find more relevant articles.  When you click on the Cited by link, you will find other publications that cite the article. 

google scholar cited by

You can also search within the publications that cite the article. Select the checkbox that says "Search within citing articles" and add additional terms to narrow your search. 

 

 

To refine your search results, use the limit options to the left of your search results. 

google scholar refine search

To use Google Scholar Advanced Search options, click on the menu icon in the top left corner of the Goggle Scholar homepage. 

google scholar menu

Click on "Advanced Search".


 

Advanced Search lets you search in the author, title, and publication fields, as well as limit your search results by date.

google scholar advanced window

 

Related articles: find articles on the same topic as the citation

All  # versions: find other versions of the article found on the internet 

Cite:  click on the Quotation Mark icon to open the Cite Window. Copy and Paste the formatted citation or use one of the links to import the citation into a bibliography manager such as RefWorks.

cite or export to refworks

 

 

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Off campus Access Using UConn AnyWare

Off-Campus Access to Library Databases and Electronic Journals

The Libraries' licensed research databases and electronic journals can be accessed from off campus by members of University of Connecticut community, which includes ECE students, instructors and ECE library media specialists.

Go to the library web page and start looking for databases, or e-journals etc.  When you hit a UConn-only link, you'll be prompted for your NetID and password.Once logged in, you shouldn't have to re-login to move in and out of other resources. 

If you experience difficulties with access, you may want to try UConn AnyWare to simulate the on campus experience. 

UConn AnyWare

You can access software remotely through either Apps or Desktop. Both give you access to the same software but differ in delivery. With AnyWare Apps, you select only the applications you wish to use. With AnyWare Desktop (formerly Skybox), you connect to a virtual desktop that includes all the available software.

uconn anyware logo     

AnyWare Apps gives you access to university-licensed software from any device with a network connection. The service also gives you access to your printers and storage devices and saves personalized settings between sessions, giving you the flexibility to transition between devices and pick up your work where you left off. 
 

AnyWare Desktop (formerly Skybox) gives you access to university-licensed software through your web browser.  In the VM Horizon logon, enter your netid and password and click on login.  Click on the UConn AnyWare icon to connect to a virtual desktop. You can save documents to your personal (P:) drive. Please note: Personal settings, like bookmarks and file paths, are not saved between sessions.

* Please note the software available to UConn ECE Students differs from those offered to ECE Instructors and ECE Library Media Specialists. 

UConn Technology Extras

On-Campus Access to Library Databases and Electronic Journals

Most of the resources linked from the Libraries' website are available from within the University network, including workstations in departments, classrooms and offices. This is possible at the Storrs (Babbidge), Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, and Waterbury campuses.