Use the "Articles" filter available under the "Resource Type" menu.
Turn on the "Available online" and "Books" filters in the Show Only menu and the Resource Type menu.
Select "Video" from the resource type filter menu. You may need to click "Show More" to see this option.
Choose "Peer-reviewed Journals" from the Show Only filter menu
In the old DELCAT, items from other libraries were mixed in with items from UD collections. In the new DELCAT, this feature is turned off by default. You can turn this feature back on by using the "Expand My Results" button. If you choose to use this feature, you can limit your results to items available immediately two ways:
Option 1 ) Use the "Held by library" filter for print items or the "Available online" filter for electronic options.
Option 2) Use the DELCAT drop down menu to only search library collections.
Click the "Advanced Search" link next to the search bar for advanced search options.
Use the Journal Browse feature available at the top of the screen.
The "Get This For Me" button has been replaced with the "Request" button. When you'd like us to pull a print book from the shelf, you'll use the "Request" button instead.
To see items not available in full text, you'll need to turn on the "Expand My Results" option. If an article says "No online access," You'll need to sign in to your library account to see the request options. From there, you'll click the "Request Item through interlibrary loan" link.
Go to your account, then click on loans to renew books. If an item cannot be renewed, you'll need to contact the help center. Please see our updated circulation policies for more information.
Permalinks are located in the "Send to" section next to the citation and email buttons.
The "Map It" feature and call numbers are displayed on print books in the brief view of your item under the description. They are also in the Access section of the full item view.
You'll see the words "Available Online" under items that you can get electronically. This link will take you to the view online section of the item where you can use the links available to view your item.
This is because UD Libraries, Museums and Press owns two or more copies of a book or article. You can click on the title to see which versions are available to you and where they are located.