Last Updated: Nov 14, 2013
- A-Z List of E-Resources
An A-Z listing of all of our databases and other e-resources (e-journals and e-books are not included).
- Accessing Resources
It's not always straightforward to access e-resources when you're away from campus. This guide will give you the information you need to access our subscription content - including details of the VPN service which is invaluable in ensuring the best possible access from home.
- DelphiS Guide
Getting started - the best way to use the basic features, and making the most of the rest
A guide to the various e-book platforms, and how to use them.
- Official Publications
Official publications are documents published by national governments or by inter-governmental organisations, such as the United Nations and the European Union.
- Technical Information
Patents, Standards, Science & Engineering Data, Conferences and Technical Reports
- Newspaper Resources
If you're looking for articles in newspapers, then Nexis UK and the Gale Newspapers Database are invaluable. We also have resources covering newspapers between the 17th and 19th Centuries.
- Licensing and the use of electronic resources
Copyright law applies to material in electronic formats in the same way as they apply to printed material.
- Library Catalogues
A listing of key library catalogues - including those from the local area, around the UK and more widely.
- Getting Started
If you're new to the University, whether you're a student or member of staff, this guide will give you some of the basic knowledge you need to make best use of the Library.
- Database Tutorials
Tutorials and support information for all of our databases and key e-resources.
- Finding Data & Statistics
This guide will help you find the data and statistics you need, from economics to health, environment to oceanography - and everywhere between.
A guide on how to reference resources in your work, including detailed information on several referencing styles used in the University.
- Reference Management
Any large piece of academic work will inevitably mean handling large numbers of references. This guide will introduce you to some of the leading options in reference management software.
EndNote is one of the most popular reference management packages available. It's relatively straightforward, but at the same time quite powerful - and it's available in web or software form.