Have you looked at our Cambridge University Press databases on the library's A-Z Databases pages recently? Their new platform Cambridge Core has just been launched with all their previously separate databases now accessible from the one site. The new platform allows for seamless searching or browsing across all their journals, books and collections simultaneously. Although James Cook University Library does not have subscriptions to all of the content available on Cambridge Core, the majority of the academic journals are available to JCU students and staff. We like the new layout and their visual clues to locating our subscribed content, such as the green tick shown below.
Open Access resources are clearly indicated and can be separately located by following the links on the 'What we publish' page.
Alternatively as a different search strategy, the 'Browse subjects' functionality uses a hierarchical structure, allowing researchers to select among various formats and sources. Selecting a title displays a summary of the journal or book title, impact factors and other information.
Remember, if the article or book you require is listed on Cambridge Core but James Cook University does not have access, you are able to request an Inter-library loan or suggest a purchase through the library.