Don't see your E-Book? Try our online catalog InfoKat.
The Articles search accesses journal, magazine and newspaper articles available in Academic Search Complete (only one of many available article databases).
To search groups of related subject databases, choose a pre-defined database group from the drop-down menu (search may be slower).
If you know the specific journal title containing the article you need, search for the journal title in E-Journals.
For more electronic resources, including databases, indexes and online collections, see Databases and Other Electronic Resources.
The E-Journals search finds titles of journals provided online by the library, NOT the articles within;. Examples: Atlantic Monthly, Journal of Pediatrics, New York Times, Science.
The E-Journals Database has additional features, including a publisher search (under the 'Locate' tab).
Don't see your journal? Try our online catalog InfoKat.
The QuickSearch tab searches holdings from UK Libraries and beyond, including books, articles, media and more.
After searching, use the check boxes in the left navigation pane to restrict results to the kind of resource you want.
QuickSearch searches WorldCat, which includes our catalog records and records from some BUT NOT ALL of the databases UK subscribes to. Go to the Databases and Other Electronic Resources page to find other databases.
So you have records in your office that are taking up valuable space? What is the correct (and legal!) way to get them out of your office? Read on...
The tool used to determine the record series, record description, and the retention plus disposition is The State University Model Records Retention Schedule.
As you've probably noticed, there are three types of retention status:
For records with a Permanent retention status, proceed to Transfer of Permanent Records. For records with a "Non-Permanent" status (Indefinite and fixed term of years like 3, 5), proceed to Transfer of Non-Permanent Records.
Before you make arrangements to store "Non-Permanent" records, make sure they are not due (or overdue!) to be destroyed. To determine this, find out when the records were created. Then check the Retention (Years) and Disposition columns in the The State University Model Records Retention Schedule to find out how long the records must be kept and what should be done with them after they are no longer needed, respectively. If the records are to be destroyed, go to Records Destruction. Otherwise, go to Transfer of Permanent Records.
Please feel free to contact the University Archives and Records Program by email: UARP@lsv.uky.edu, or by phone: (859) 257-5257, or surface mail: 204 Margaret I. King Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0039