To access eBooks and electronic journal articles, you will need your University of York and Hull IT account details.
Electronic journals and eBooks are usually only available at one University
so the easiest way to find the resources is to use HYENA, the HYMS cross search engine.
HYENA will open search results in two tabs, so you will need to have pop-ups
enabled in your browser.
If accessing a University of York resource, electronic access will be listed
under the View It tab of YorSearch if available. There may be more than
one link (often for different date ranges if an eJournal). Choose the
appropriate link. The York EZproxy service may prompt you for your York login
If accessing a University of Hull resource, when you follow the link from the
library catalogue you may be asked to login via the Hull portal. If you are
taken straight through to the resource, you will need to look for the login and
then for the institutional or organisational login, choose United Kingdom Access
Management Federation, and then University of Hull and login.
If you are logged in and cannot access the resource you have selected, check
Is the article you want to access within the date range subscribed to by the
library in question?
Are you signed in with the correct University?
If the answer is yes, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
with the details of the article or ebook you are trying to access and we will
look into it for you. See also libguides.hull.ac.uk/medicine.