A library database is an organised collection of records or items that you can search and browse using a computer or device. Some databases are subject-specific, while others cover a range of subjects.
Databases are mainly used for journals and articles, but can contain items of all different types:
It is important to remember that while databases mostly hold full-text for some items, other items they may not. Some databases are entirely full-text; others have none at all.
Use the tabs on the left to explore search tips and general information on individual database. Some tabs will take you directly to a database's own LibGuide to help you navigate your way around the website.
For direct access, the A-Z Databases page is the main place to find and access databases. It is located in the Find & Access dropdown menu under Databases.
Once you have selected the database you wish to explore, the Library Hub Login page will appear. To login, use your ARK/Paradigm details (email and password). Your Library Hub login allows you to remotely access electronic resources available on the Library Hub.