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Dietetics & Nutrition Research Guide

Databases

Try searching in one or more of the databases below to gather research articles on your topic. Although you can also use Search@UW to find articles, databases have more advanced search features.

Find It! button for full text in databases

Tip: If you see a Find It! button like the one below, click on it to connect to the full text.
Find It! @ UW-Green Bay

If the article is not available, request it via Interlibrary Loan.
Screenshot of Search at UW article page with 'We can get it for you for free' link outlined

Major journals

In addition to searching for journal articles in the databases, here is a selection of key journals relating to nutrition and dietetics. You can browse issues or search within each journal.

Download LibKey for full text on the web

LibKey Nomad is automatically installed on UW-Green Bay computers in Edge and Chrome. To add it to your personal computer:

  1. Go to Download LibKey Nomad.
  2. Select your browser. LibKey Nomad is currently available for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari, Brave, and Vivaldi.
  3. Follow your browser's prompts to install the extension.
  4. After it is installed, search for and select UW-Green Bay Libraries as your organization.

Connect Google Scholar to UW-Green Bay Libraries

If you are on-campus, Google Scholar should already include links to UW-Green Bay Libraries content.

Off-campus users will need to follow these steps to set this up:

  1. Go to the Google Scholar website: https://scholar.google.com/
  2. Under the menu icon in the upper-left, select Settings

  3. Choose Library Links, type in UW-Green Bay, and search

  4. Check the UW-Green Bay Box and click Save

You have now connected content from UW-Green Bay Libraries to Google Scholar!

When searching in Google Scholar, look for the Find It @ UWGB link to see if UW-Green Bay Libraries provide access to the content. Sometimes you will need to click on the "more" link at the end of an entry OR "all versions" to see the link.