Panopto video above from Library Services (includes sub-titles)
This sections covers general article searching across resources on FindIt@Bham, including locating specific articles or journals
Journal articles are an important source of information for your research because academic journals are where researchers publish their most recent findings and discuss their ideas in detail. It may be several years before these ideas are published in book form.
Go to FindIt@Bham - and sign in at the top right with your University login (username and password).
Example: Mevorach, C., (2010) Ignoring the elephant in the room: a neural circuit to downregulate salience. The Journal of Neuroscience, Vol.30(17), p.6072-9,
Now try a more general subject search for an area of interest to you. Don’t forget to use the post-search refine options on the right-hand column of the FindIt@Bham screen when you see your results.