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U.K. Parliamentary Papers

A guide to the interface used for the Parliamentary Papers

Setting up your My Research account  

signing in -  use the link Sign into My Research with the silhouette image in the upper right

 

To sign into My Research, or to create an account, click on the silhouette icon in the upper right corner of the interface, and click on the text Sign into My Research.

sign in to My Research (left column) or create an account (right column)

If you do not have a My Research account on the ProQuest platform (search.proquest.com) you'll need to use the link in the right column to create a My Research account.  If you already have an account, sign in using the fields for Username and Password in the left column and go to work!

Saving Searches  

click on the folder icon in the upper right corner and click on recent searches

To save a search, first click on the folder icon in the upper right corner of the interface. 

Next, click on the link to recent searches.

search history showing link to save search

 

When the recent searches display, your most recent search will be at the bottom of the list. 

Once you have identified the search you want to save, click on the button Save Search to MyResearch.

Saving Documents  

You can save individual documents from the result list and from the display of the individual document.

saving documents to My Research from the Search Results page

 

From the Results List you can see a link to save an individual item at the bottom of the information about that document.  

You can also save several items from the results list by checking the check box to the left of the title(s) and then using the button, Save to My Research, at top of the Results List.

saving to my research from within a document display

 

When looking at the individual document display, to the right of the title information are a series of buttons.  Use the More button and Save to My Research.

a document that has been saved to my research

 

Once an item has been saved to My Research, you'll see that noted.