New online resources

Want to find out more? Why not have a look at the full list.

Did you know?

We have also added to or updated our IEEE/IET Electronic Library, Sage Premiere and Wiley Online Library ejournal collections. This means you have access to over 200 more titles.


Settling in to the new term

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Whether you started your course in September, January, or any other time, we hope you’re feeling energised and settled into the new term’s studies!

For those of you who have recently started your course, here’s a reminder of how the Offsite team can support you:

Why not take a look at our webpages? You can also get in touch with us via email, chat or phone.

Go on – make our day – we love to hear from students!

Studying Psychology? Keep up to date with new developments

Your ejournal collection is growing all the time:

6 new psychology titles are now available as part of our October 2014 list of new ejournals.

These new titles give you access to the latest research in organisational psychology, behaviour analysis and motivational science.

If you’re interested in a particular subject, set up alerts for specific journal titles using JournalTOCs.

Alerts are a great way to make sure you’re aware of the latest research. Contact Offsite to find out more.

New online journals

Online journals are great for distance learners as they can be accessed 24/7 both on and off campus.

Here are some recently activated online journals which you may find useful:

Art & Design

Business & Management


Computers, Political Science



International Studies






Need a journal article that we don’t have electronically?

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Did you know that, if you’re registered with Offsite and we have the article in print, we can scan it and email a copy to your student email address. Even if we don’t have the article in print, the likelihood is that we can access it via our Interlibrary Loans service.

Article requests cost £2 per article, which will be billed to your Library record. To request the article you just need to log in to X-stream, go to the Library tab, find the section entitled Interlibrary Loan Request and complete and submit an Interlibrary Journal Request Form.