Q. What are e-resources?
E-resource just means electronic resource: anything that is available on the web. So, for example, there are journals and e-journals (the online version), and books and e-books (the online version.)
There are different types of e-resources, for example, sound and moving image collections, indexes, market research reports and library catalogues.
You might have come across the following databases in your library induction: Art Full Text, Project Muse, Nexis and ARTstor.
The way you can access these databases is through our list of subscriptions, via the Library Search catalogue, then click on the link to 'Database A-Z' list (green tab on your right).
When you click on a database you will be guided through a ual login portal, where you would use your ual IT login details.
The e-journals portal
The link to e-journals portal, where you can look up individual journal titles.
You can access it by going to our library catalogue.
Then clicking on the link to 'e-journals' list (green list on your right).
Clicking on a particular journal will take you through the ual login portal.
Or use the link below to take you to the e-journals page. You'll need to go this route each time you wish to access this resource as you'll need to go via the ual login portal for access.