You can access the majority of these online resources off-campus. To do this, you need to know your University IT login and password. Just click on the resource title and enter your details.

If you have experience problems using the links below, you can logout here and then try the links below again, or try in a different browser.  If you close your browser you will automatically be prompted to log in again the next time you visit a resource.  More detailed help can be found in our troubleshooting guide.  Known issues are listed in the Status Report.

If you need help with searching or finding relevant material using any of our resources, please contact your Academic Liaison Librarian.

Key to full text access
For more information, please see the Full Text Guide at the bottom of this page.

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From 1st August 2017, you should be able to sign into these resources using your UWTSD IT login and password. 

For assistance, please contact athens@uwtsd.ac.uk and provide your name and your student ID number or staff email address.

Please note that once signed in with your UWTSD account, you may then be required to create a personal account to use Digimap or UK Data Service. 

 

 

  Full text

Full text versions of all or the majority of articles in this resource are available to download free of charge when you log in.  

  Some full text

Some full text content is available in this resource, but other content may be indexed which is not included as full text.  If you are looking for full text content, many resources have an option to limit to full text only which will hide any references that are not available to download.  Alternatively, you may be able to request articles or books that are indexed without full text access via Inter-library Loan.

  Index / Abstracts only

This resource is primarily an index and will contain little or no full text content.  You can use the resource to find references to content which you will then need to source elsewhere, for example by searching the catalogue or via Inter-library loan