Access is available to Digimap Ordnance Survey collection - registration required, Environment Digimap, Historic Digimap and Digimap OpenStream. Digimap allows users to view and create maps of any location in Great Britain using Ordnance Survey map data. Users can also download Ordnance Survey map data for use in other software packages, such as Geographical Information Systems (GIS), drawing software and CAD.
Full text access to newspapers and current affairs publications from all over the world, including the Financial Times. Articles from 1970s to current. IMPORTANT: includes low quality newspapers, so we recommend you search specific publications (see help guide). Also includes company profiles, industry news, country reports, biographies and legal cases.
The guide called 'How to search specific newspapers and publications (using Nexis® UK)' will help you to use Nexis efficiently and avoid articles from low quality publications. No password on campus. Off campus VPN or Institutional login.
The Financial Times website. Provides FT articles, in-depth 'Special Reports', facsimile of the newspaper from 2005 onwards, and company and financial information. Staff and students must create an FT account via the link above.
CREATING AN ACCOUNT: click on the FT.com link above and login with your University username and password. Enter your email address ( this does not have to be your University email address), choose a password and complete the form.
ACCESS: There are 2 options. 1. Click on the link above and log in with your University username and password. 2. Go to ft.com and log in with your email address and FT password.
FACSIMILE NEWSPAPER: available by clicking on Tools> ePaper. All editions are available, with the earliest coverage from 2005.
SciFinder, the online version of Chemical Abstracts, is the main database for chemistry. It provides easy access to substance and reaction information, patent and journal references. It is for individual, not-for-profit use. You might register for an account. For personal registration information go to http://library.soton.ac.uk/tutorials/scifinder
The Chemical Database Service (CDS) is a national service funded by the Physical Sciences Programme of EPSRC. It provides on-line access to a variety of quality databases covering structures, spectroscopy, physical and organic chemistry. It also provides links to other chemistry resources on the web.
SciFinder’s one-time user registration allows you to create your own SciFinder username and password (used also for Keep Me Posted! alerts, and other personalizable features). You must set up your own username and password for Scifinder from a computer within the University of Southampton's networked IP range