Use Google Scholar (with Proxy Bookmarklet or Library Links programme)
Similar to FindMore@NUSL, Google Scholar is one platform which collects or harvests and/or crawl data from each publisher separately and store it at one place. Like FindMore, this allows the return of more consistent, normalized and most importantly speedy results.
Google Scholar like FindMore is allows you to search over not just articles from commerical publishers but also open access subject and institutional repositories (such as arxiv, PMC etc)
Please note that while Google Scholar collection is vast even Google Scholar doesn't have permission to access every publisher site and unlike FindMore@NUSL does not include our library catalogue.
FindMore and Google Scholar overlaps but you may find some material in FindMore not in Google scholar or viceversa.
Also be careful, not every item showed by Google Scholar is actually "scholarly".
Google Scholar may also show results from Google Books but not all will be owned by NUS Libraries.
It is difficult to limit Google Scholar to showing only what we have access to, we have registered with the Google Scholar Library Links programme, so you can set up your preferences to display a "Find it! with NUS Libraries" link if Google scholar thinks we have access to the online article but this isn't 100% reliable, nor does this help with books.
Another way is to use the proxy bookmarklet to help check availability this can still be frustrating because you will see many results we will not have access to.