'Online resources' is a convenient phrase we use to describe the electronic equivalents of information you expect to find in a library, e.g. textbooks, journals, dissertations etc. Some, such as dissertations, are produced at the University. Others, including databases, we buy or lease in a variety of ways from large publishers who can and do change the content or the search interface at short notice. Use the links on the left to find resources and remember that information may be available in print or online or sometimes even in both formats.
We recommend you read our Accessing Electronic Resources page before using our online resources.
All the Library's online resources can be used from anywhere just as if you were on campus. See our Work Anywhere page for full details.
While online resources play an increasingly large role in accessing information, printed materials are still an essential resource. Some material may not be available online or it may be more convenient to use in a printed format. Printed material can be searched using Discovery or the Library Catalogue.
The Library has a number of specialist print collections in addition to the general Library stock.