If you know the name of the resource that you are looking for, click on the first letter of its name to find it quickly.
EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) is a one search service that provides access to our library's entire collection through the most relevant and precise search results. This is useful platform for lecturers, students and researchers in the university's various departments to do researching and finding reliable academic information
EBSCO offers a robust and authoritative collection of eBooks on EBSCOhost—a growing collection of more than 250,000 titles. Thousands of eBook titles are loaded each month from hundreds of leading publisher partners in more than 30 languages. eBooks on EBSCOhost provides extensive subject coverage and MARC records are provided for all eBooks at no additional cost. eBooks on EBSCOhost allows libraries to provide one single platform for the user interface, reporting, authentication, setup, and maintenance as well as the ability to brand and customize the interface. Users will be able to search across any combination of EBSCOhost databases and eBook collections using the same familiar EBSCOhost basic search screen as well as advanced search options and browsing features.
ECONBIZ (Open Access)
EconBiz is a great resource for economic and business studies. A service of the Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, it offers access to full texts online, with the option of searching for open access material only.
EDUCATION RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER-ERIC (Open Access)
The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), of the Institution of Education Sciences, allows you to search by topic for material related to the field of education. Links lead to other sites, where you may have to purchase the information, but you can search for full-text articles only.
The service primarily indexes journals, grey literature (such as technical reports, white papers, and government documents), and books. All sources of material on ERIC go through a formal review process prior to being indexed.
ELSEVIER JOURNAL (Open Access)
All articles in open access journals which are published by Elsevier have undergone peer review and upon acceptance are immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download.
The 2018 eJournal collections feature 170,000 articles from more than 300 journals, providing comprehensive coverage of management and complementary specialist subjects.
eJournals Premier – a complete eJournals solution providing access to the latest research for the maximum value, this premium collection provides access to all current content and selected archive material for all Emerald eJournals.
Emerald's book series feature high quality, international research from leading academics and authors across a variety of subject areas.
Providing more in-depth and comprehensive analysis than found in academic journals, the series add depth to research and learning. As well as covering topical issues, they explore the impact of some of the world's most influential academic research.
Emerald has more series indexed in Scopus than any of our competitors. More than one in four of Scopus' Business, Management and Accounting book series titles are published by Emerald, reinforcing Emerald's position as the world’s leading publisher in business and management. Our series also have comprehensive coverage in the Book Citation index, demonstrating measurable research impact.
EndNote is a citation/research management software that helps you collect, organize, and share citations from library databases and catalogs. EndNote also helps you format your papers, creating bibliographies and footnotes in a wide variety citation styles (APA, Chicago, MLA, etc.)
EThOS is the UK’s national thesis service which aims to maximise the visibility and availability of the UK’s doctoral research theses.
Records are held for all UK PhD-awarding institutions, but we do not (yet) hold all records for all institutions. Every month around 3000 new records are added and an additional 2000 full text theses become accessible. Access routes to the full text are determined by the individual institution.