University of California's direct connection to articles
Since UC-eLinks debuted in 2002, we’ve seen shifts in the way scholars do research. Discovery and delivery have merged -- researchers expect access to publications at the same time as they find them. They prefer articles that are available immediately online.
UC-eLinks connects scholars directly with articles and ebooks by providing an easy way to move from an article or book citation to the actual publication.
UC-eLinks also lets users
- Check to see if an item is available in the UC libraries
- Request items not available on their home campuses
UC-eLinks runs on SFX software from Ex Libris. Learn more about what UC-eLinks does.
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If you already have a citation, use this form to get the publication
Campus A-Z ejournal lists
ejournals licensed by each campus (plus CDL titles)
CDL A-Z ejournal lists
ejournals licensed by CDL (updated weekly)
bX Hot Articles
sample "tile" showing popular articles in broad subject areas
UC-eLinks technical team in bold.