The Library has arranged trial access to four EBSCO databases, providing access to over four thousand full text journals, plus conference papers, books and trade publications.
The trials run until 31st March 2017. Your feedback is indispensable in helping us to evaluate trials: please explore the databases by clicking on the tabs in this box, and email us with your comments!
Full text access to 750 journal titles, covering mass media, communications theory, linguistics, phonetics and speech pathology.
Over 2,000 full text journals, plus books and conference papers. It complements the ERIC database, by providing full text access to certain publications which are only indexed in ERIC.
Full text access to 700 journal titles, plus books and conference papers across a wide range of political topics.
Over 600 full text journals, covering the broad spectrum of sociological study.
We know the information universe can be a confusing place. But don't worry if you're feeling lost: your friendly and helpful library team is here to help you.
You're in the right place: whether you've got a quick query, need more specialist advice, or just want to develop your own skills...this guide will stop you drifting away!
Box of Broadcasts has been upgraded over the summer: read more about the enhancements! Note that you now have to log in before searching BOB (whether on or off campus) and you'll need to fill in a very brief registration form the first time you use it.
Please visit our new page for researchers in this School, highlighting the many services we can offer you. Even if you've been at the University a while, you might not know about everything we do, so do take a look. You can also read our brand new leaflet for researchers.