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Top E-Resources

This is a brief list of e-resources to get you started, make sure you check out your own subject guide to find out which e-resource databases are most useful for your studies. 

Finding an e-journal

Accessing Resources off campus

To access our resources off-campus, you can use CampusAnywhere the College’s virtual private network, which will simulate on-campus access.

If you are not using CampusAnywhere, you may be asked for a login. In this instance you can use your College username and password (which you normally use to access Moodle).

More details are available here.

How do I get an article?

If you find an abstract-only article and you want to read the whole thing, follow these steps:

  1. Search for the Journal Title on Library Search we might have a subscription to it in a different database.
  2. Search for the Journal Title at Senate house (you need to register for Senate House first)
  3. See if another library has it, and visit yourself: use the information on the Other Libraries page.
  4. If we don't have the journal and neither does Senate House, consider requesting an Inter-Library Loan.  This service is available to all members of College.

If in doubt, always check with your Information Consultant before spending any money online.

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