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Find the best library databases for your research.


New / Trial Databases

The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
IBISWorld offers web-based, research reports on thousands of global industries. These cover economies in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, the UK and the US.
This includes access to IBISWorld's Risk Ratings Reports for the UK, USA and Australia. IBISWorld’s Risk Rating Reports provide insight into the risks facing thousands of global industries to help you identify and manage industry risks on the horizon.
*This trial runs until 5/10/22
Max Planck is the home of the most trusted reference work in international law, the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, as well as the recently launched Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law. The two Encyclopedias can be searched and browsed together, or separately by using appropriate filters
Oxford Reports on International Law (ORIL) has set new standards for currency and coverage of public international case law, reporting on international courts, domestic courts and ad hoc tribunals. Case reports contain the full text of each decision, headnote, as well as analytical commentary and English translations of a number of key non-English decisions. With reports on over 5,500 cases, ORIL is now rightly regarded as a must-have resource for the international law researcher.
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law (OSAIL) contains over 180 full-text online editions of market-leading reference works and treatises published by Oxford University Press, including Oppenheim, and the Oxford Commentaries on International Law.
The Reuters News archive gives staff and students unlimited access to over 1m clips to download and use in student films, video essays and coursework, which has never been possible at this scale before due to cost and licensing restrictions. The clips range from 1895 to the present day, covering all genres from historic newsreels to current affairs, with approximately 150 clips added each day.
*Requires registration | This trial runs until 1/8/22
  • This resource is freely available
WorldPop develops peer-reviewed research and methods for the construction of open and high-resolution geospatial data on population distributions, demographics and dynamics, with a focus on low and middle income countries.