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Online Learning Supports: Databases

Find the curated resources you need for your studies

What is a Library database?

A Library database is an organised collection of data that comes from an academic or professional publisher.

This data comes in many forms:

  • ebooks
  • journal articles
  • newspaper articles
  • videos

For more information on Library databases, check out our dedicated LibGuide here.

Where are your Library Databases?

All our databases are accessed though the Library's homepage.

Use our in-house search engine EOLAS to search most of our databases in one go.

Or if you want to search just one specific database: look for the 'Database A-Z' icon and then select the database you want from the list.

There are Quick Guides, written by your Library Team, available for most databases on the list.

Publishers also provide help options in each database. 

How to access Library Databases