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The library subscribes to hundreds of specialist online resources, and searching Library Search will not search all of these resources. They include databases like JSTOR, Scopus, and Web of Science. You can search these specialist database by clicking the Online Resources A-Z tab on the Library homepage. There you will find an alphabetized directory of all the online resources the Library subscribes to. Use the A-Z tabs to find the resource you want, e.g "J" for Jstor. If you are not sure which resources to use, you can refer to your Subject Guide.
Your Subject Guide
Your Subject Guide provides you with a list of key resources relevant to your subject area, for example: Literature Online (LION) for English and Drama students. Search across a number of resources and databases to find specialist subject research. Your Subject Guide can be found on the Online Resources A-Z page. You will also find guides to finding more general information resources - such as statistics and official publications.
The University’s Special Collections of archives, manuscripts and rare books can be searched via The Keep’s website.
What is a database?
Databases are like online libraries that provide access to a variety of online research materials. Each database provides access to a specific collection of research, and can be subject or discipline specific. Databases make it easy to search thousands of journal collections at once.
Each database in the A-Z will provide access to a variety of different materials; some of the most common are: