Finding good quality, reliable information for your assignments, projects, dissertations and research has become much simpler. Multisearch is a 'google like' way of searching many of our online collections. You can search for books, eBooks, eJournals, reports, conference materials, and much more.
To get the best out of MultiSearch, login before you start searching for material - use your student or staff ID number and your usual network password.
For more Service Desk information see here.
There is a handy video guide here.
If you are searching for a specific journal you can search our online journals by journal title. Alternatively, you can browse by subject area.
Once you have identified a journal(s) click on 'Full Text Access' to see the date range covered by our subscription. Some journals will have more than one link to the full text. Make sure you select the one with the date range you need, e.g., some links will include an embargo period for the most recently published articles but there may be an alternative link to include these.
There is a useful video guide here.
BrowZine is another way to search directly for journals (search by journal title or browse by subject). All the eJournals we subscribe to are linked to this.
To access BrowZine from your smartphone or tablet, download the BrowZine app.
Undergraduates who have access to the Brightspace virtual learning environment will find further information on library resources in the UV600: Theological Studies area. General information and an HTC specific video guide on using ATLA - The American Theological Library Association database can be found in UV600: Theological Studies > Induction. Lists of UHI and Non-UHI resources specific to students of theological studies recommended by HTC library and ABTAPL can also be accessed on Brightspace. Please navigate to UV600: Theological Studies > News from the library to find these.
If you do not have access to this Brightspace area and would like advice on using ATLA or online resources for theological studies please contact the library and we will be happy to help.