Recently, the UC-eLinks window was revised to make it easier to use. UC-eLinks is a tool that links you to full-text articles online from citations in article databases, Google Scholar, and more. It also helps you to look for print copies in the UC Berkeley libraries or request items from other libraries through interlibrary loan.
As a result of conducting usability tests with UC students, several changes were made to the interface. These changes include more logical grouping of services and clearer, more user-friendly labels.
If you have a citation to an article, and you want to get it online, you can also try the UC-eLinks Citation Linker. This tool allows you to enter your citation information (journal title, date, volume, page numbers) and create a link to the full-text article, if available online through our library subscriptions.