UC-eLinks connects scholars directly with articles and ebooks by providing an easy way to move from an article or book citation to the actual publication.
Since UC-eLinks debuted in 2002, we’ve seen shifts in the way scholars do research. Discovery and delivery have merged — researchers expect access to publications at the same time as they find them. They prefer articles that are available immediately online.
UC-eLinks lets users:
- Seamlessly discover and access publications
- Check to see if an item is available in the UC libraries
- Request items not available on their home campuses
UC-eLinks runs on SFX software from Ex Libris. Learn more about what UC-eLinks does.
ejournals licensed by CDL (updated weekly).
ejournals licensed by each campus (plus CDL titles).
Sample “tile” showing popular articles in broad subject areas.
Top 10 places linked to, January – March 2020
- Elsevier Science Direct
- Wiley Online Journals
- American Chemical Society Journals
- Taylor and Francis Journals
- EBSCO Academic Search Complete
- Campus OPACS (III)
- Campus Discovery Layers (Primo)
- Sage Journals
Top 10 places linked from, January – March 2020
- Google Scholar
- Web of Science
- Shared Cataloging Program 856 fields
- Chemical Abstracts
- Proquest PsycInfo
- Science Direct
- Campus Discovery Layer (Summons)
- Melvyl (UCLA)
UC-eLinks Operations Team
|Dickson, Jayne||Information Services Analyst||
|Eggleston, Holly||Electronic Resource Analyst||
|Ray, Alison||Systems Analyst||
|Zentall, Lena||Manager of Discovery & Delivery Product Team||