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Forensic Science

Key Subject Resources

The following sections provide links to the key resources available via the Library for Biomedical Health and Human Biology which you will be expected to become familiar with during your studies. 

Many of the resources are searched by Library Plus but you can also search each site individually if you wish.  You can find more information about Library Plus from the Finding Journals and Journal Articles tab to the left. 

The resources highlighted as recommended are the most relevant for your subject and should be searched first.  The other resources listed may cover many subjects and are also worth exploring.

You need to have logged into UDo to use most of our resources and can access them both in the University and off campus.  Where there are special conditions for off-campus use which may require a different log in, information will be provided in the NOTES section of each tab.

You will be able to read many of the articles you find from these databases, in full text online, or download a PDF copy to keep.  On some sites you may see just the 'Abstract' or description of the article; in these cases, if we do not have a subscription to the relevant journal, you may be able to get the full article through our Inter Library loan service.

In addition to the key databases identified in the tabs on this page, you can search across a broader range of Human Science databases.  You can see the full list from the drop down box above.

Many of the database providers have their own help guides which you can find on their websites or on Youtube.  

Web of Science Video Tutorials



Scopus Video Tutorials


   How to conduct a basic search            How to use advanced search             How to expand your search


     How to analyze your results          How to save searches/set alerts     How to  export your search results


Science Direct Video Tutorials