Here's a sample of e-journals available for Art History.
You'll need to use your Single Sign On to view them if you are not connected to the Oxford network
If you're looking for a particular journal article, you can search for the journal title in SOLO. SOLO will find references to both print and electronic journals. You can also search for journal articles using the Articles & More tab on SOLO
You can access e-journals from the PCs in the Library or any other PC on the University network. If you have a University card, you can access e-journals from any internet connection using your Single Sign On
A SOLO search will return a mixture of books, journals and articles in both print and electronic formats. To look for just articles, click on "Search everything" and select "Articles" from the drop-down menu. You can use all the usual SOLO tools for refining your search, sorting results and you can save results to your e-Shelf. For more information, see the SOLO Guide.
You can also search for journal articles in Google Scholar and use the 'Find it @ Oxford' link to the to access electronic versions. Scholar can give quick, relevant results. However, it's worth being aware that Google changes your search in ways that are not transparent. For example, it personalises your results by showing pages similar to others you have already looked at, searches for synonyms of some of your search terms, and leaves other terms out.
JSTOR is a multi-disciplinary, full text archive of key scholarly journals. It is a very useful resource as you can use it to search for articles on your topic, but remember:
To access e-books and Databases A-Z off campus:
Sign in using your Single Sign On. This allows you to access most e-resources as if you were on campus.
The Single Sign On is available to all students on award bearing courses who hold a full University card
For further information see the Bodleian Libraries remote access guide.
Here are some tips to get the best out of Google Scholar: