a.) For online English language journals search for the journal by title in ejournals@cambridge. If the relevant year is covered, click on the link to the journal and navigate to the article. Where the relevant year is not covered by an ejournal (not available online), search for the print version by carrying out an Exact search on the journal title (or ISSN) in iDiscover.
c.) For journal articles in vernacular script: search relevant databases the University subscribes to. (Click the relevant Selected Online Resources on our website for lists of databases). For freely available articles try Google.
a.) JSTOR : picks up keywords from the actual articles (not only from the title)
b.) Google Scholar: picks up keywords from the articles as well as from the title.
c.) WorldCat: picks up key words from the article title only. It searches some journal article databases in vernacular scripts.
d.) Bibliography of Asian Studies: searchable by keywords, authors, title etc., referencing principally western-language articles and book chapters on all parts of Asia published since 1971. It is available via library subscription.
e.) Index Islamicus : international classified bibliography of publications in European languages on all aspects of Islam and the Muslim world (monographs, articles and reviews). It is available via library subscription.
In vernacular scripts
a.) WorldCat : can be searched in vernacular script. RAVEN password is required to use this database outside the Cambridge domain.
Have you had a research article accepted for publication? Upload your accepted manuscripts to the Open Access website to meet REF and funder Open Access requirements. Publications will normally be added to DSpace and be made public as permitted (depending on the length of the embargo period imposed by the publisher). (Only for articles or conference proceedings with an ISSN). Searchable in LibrarySearch!
There is an increased emphasis on managing and sharing data produced in research. Many of the research funders supporting work at the University of Cambridge require that research data are openly available with as few restrictions as possible. This website will guide researchers through various aspects of research data planning and management and will provide assistance in meeting funders’ expectations.