When using the search scope "Library Catalog and E-Resources"
The search results are shown as below.
①Available OnlineThis is a digital edition. Click Available Online for the link .
②Available at <Library Name><Location><Call Number>This is a print edition. The location of one of the copies of the title is displayed. When Available at is shown, it means at least a copy is available among Media Centers.
When using the search scope "Articles" to perform a search against "All Items"
① No Online Access/Check for available services
If the article is not available online, you will be navigated to another options to obtain the article.
② Available Online
Click link to access the digital edition of the article.
In either case, we suggest looking up the webpage How to Interpret Each Record.
Changing number of search results per page
You may set the number of search results per page (10 or 20 or 50; 10 by default) by clicking the expand icon next to the total results count that appears at the top of the page. When signed in, KOSMOS saves this setting between sessions. When not signed in, this setting is kept only for the current session.
This setting is also available by clicking the maximum number of search results per page at the bottoms of the page. Click each page number to view another page.
Sorting search results
Search results may be sorted by relevance,date either in ascending or descending order, and title.
Select Individual/All Search Results
Select individual search results
①Select search results individually by clicking corresponding check boxes, then choose option to perform against the selected records.
Select all search results on the page or top 50 results
①Click check box on the upper left to select all results on the page. ②There is also a button to choose top 50 results at once. ③After selecting records, choose option to perform against them.
The following options are available. Please refer to Adding and Managing Favorites for details.
Note on OpenAccessPDF(Unpaywall) Link
You may see a "OpenAccessPDF(Unpaywall)" Link in the search results when you use "Search Articles" or "Search All" (see the figure below). This is a link where you can get the full text, which is available for free on the Internet through the Unpaywall. Please keep in mind that the full-text PDF file downloaded from the link may or may not be the final edition.