If you use Google Scholar to find scholarly publications, many full-text articles and other resources may be available to you at no charge because they are licensed by UC Libraries. This is how you can get links to UC-licensed resources to appear in your search results:
- Go to Google Scholar
- Sign in to your account (or create one if needed)
- Click on the icon in the upper left-hand corner and select “Settings”
- Click on “Library Links”
- In “Show library access links for (choose up to five libraries)” type in “University of Cincinnati”, click the search icon
- Click the box to the left of ““The University of Cincinnati – Find Full-Text at UC,” then click “Save”
*Note that not all articles found through Google Scholar will be available at University of Cincinnati Libraries. For more comprehensive coverage of library resources use the search options at https://libraries.uc.edu/.
For complex or in-depth searching of scholarly content we recommend that you search individual databases.
EZproxy Bookmarklet (Beta Testing)
You can create an EZproxy bookmarklet to route a web page through the proxy server; once logged in, UC Libraries subscription content will display.
Create a desktop or laptop web browser bookmarklet:
- Make sure the bookmarks toolbar is enabled.
- Drag the link below onto your browser's bookmarks toolbar:
- Navigate to a licensed electronic resource (e.g., JSTOR).
- Click on the “UC Libraries Proxy bookmarklet in your browser's toolbar, which will reload the page via EZproxy, requesting you to login.