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Finding Resources

LibrarySearch is the quickest and easiest way to search our large collection of print and electronic resources simultaneously from one simple search box.  For more help and information, see our FAQ page.

Alternatively, some subject areas will require you to search specific collections, or you may want to conduct a more comprehensive search within a particular database. Our A-Z lists all of our online collections, indicating which are Open Access.

If you are unsure which database or collection to use, our Subject Guides highlight the key resources for your subject area.

Resources A-Z

Resources A-Z

An A-Z list of databases, journal and ebook collections, and key Open Access resources.

Subject Guides

Subject guides

A selection of the best resources for your subject.

How to find...


...books, journal articles, legal information, market research, theses and more.



Log directly into Blackboard to see if an online list is available for your module(s).


Log directly into Blackboard to access and make changes to your reading lists. More information on how to do this can be found from our Reading Lists page. Alternatively, contact your Academic Librarian.

Using other libraries

Information on using and borrowing from local and national libraries.

Interlibrary loans

Details on how to request an interlibrary loan