Use the search box to search the library's information resources. To limit your search to journals, articles etc., click the dropdown menu and select one of the options
Articles: Your search is limited to articles from journals. From your search results you can further drill down the results by using the facets in the left menu such as peer-review and online availability.
Books: This option retrieves e-books and printed books only.
Journals: Use this option if you are looking for a specific journal. The majority of our journals are available online. You can narrow your search results by using the facets in the left menu. If you prefer to search for journal titles in an alphabetically sorted list, please use the Journals A-Z.
Databases: Enter words from the database title. In the Database search you may browse by name, subject areas or type of content.
Citation counts: the number of times a research output appears in the reference lists of other articles and books. Found in: Scopus and Web of Science & Google Scholar.
H-index: designed to measure an author's productivity and impact. It is the number of an author’s publications (h) that have h or more citations to them. Found in: Google Scholar, Scopus and Web of Science.
Field-weighted citation impact: the ratio of citations received relative to the expected world average for the subject field, publication type and publication year. It can apply to a research output or group of research outputs. Found in SciVal.
Outputs in top percentiles: the number or percentage of research outputs in the top most-cited publications in the world, Ireland, or a specific country. Found in SciVal.
Journal Impact Factor: based on the average number of citations received per paper published in that journal in the preceding two years. Found in Journal Citation Reports.
CiteScore: the average number of citations received in a calendar year by all items published in that journal in the proceeding three years.
SCImago Journal Rank: places a higher value on citations from more prestigious journals.
Scopus SNIP: a ratio of a journal's citation count per paper and the citation potential in its subject field. The Scopus SNIP normalises citation rate subject differences. Found in Scopus