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A-Z Databases: Welcome

List of the databases you can use to access journal articles, reports, conference papers, ebooks, newspapers, and many other resources.

Use BrowZine to browse journals in your subject area or if you know the article you are looking for. For more information see our BrowZine Guide.

If you are looking for journal articles on a topic and don't know which journal is best then use SEEKER or one of the specialist databases in this guide.

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Acceptable use guidelines

Read our acceptable use guidelines for information about downloading, copyright, and sharing material from our electronic resources.

Remote Access

If you have problems accessing resources when you are away from the University, we can help!

Check our Remote Access guide, we have video demos and screenshot examples of how to access lots of resources.

However, we may not have subscribed to every journal that a database lists. If you cannot access an article after you have logged in with your University username and password, check SAULCAT the Library catalogue for the journal title to see if we have access and what years this access covers.

Get in touch, chat, email, call (+44 1334 462331/2) or Tweet and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

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