Electronic resources for researchers

  • LibrarySearch: searches many of Oxford Brookes Library's collections together so you get a single set of results, and it can also be used to explore material from libraries worldwide.
  • Databases: help you to trace journal articles and other publications on topics and authors
  • Electronic journals
  • Electronic books
  • Statistical information, including Census data
  • OpenSIGLE: bibliographical references of reports and other grey literature produced in Europe, including details of government publications, technical reports, newsletters, bulletins, white papers, position papers, factsheets, conference proceedings and other publications.
  • Jisc Library Hub Discover: in a single search you can discover the holdings of the UK’s National Libraries (including the British Library), many university libraries, and specialist research libraries (it replaces Copac and SUNCAT).
  • Web of Science: a multidisciplinary database comprising the Arts and Humanities Citation Index (1975-); Social Science Citation Index Expanded covering behavioural and social sciences (1970-) and Science Citation Index Expanded covering natural, physical and biomedical sciences, some engineering (1970-).
  • Journal Citation Reports - citation data from over 7500 journals in science, technology and the social sciences. It identifies the most frequently cited and highest impact journals in a subject area.
  • Google Scholar
  • Course resources: for information about electronic resources in specific areas

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