The Library subscribes to 1000s of e-journals. In most instances, e-journals provide online access to the full text of their component articles, often as PDF documents
. E-journals are a key scholarly resource and information about individual articles (or reference) are provided on reading lists. Read more.
E-journals are findable in Primo OneSearch
and the Library catalogue
, or by a-z browseable list of titles
, which is also available on academic tab of the portal
. This list provides information about the specific holdings that UEA has access to (volume, year, issue) and any embargo periods. Individual articles are also findable in Primo OneSearch
or in MetaLib.
Read more about finding e-journals and articles
, or access a tutorial on using e-journals,
or browse e-journals FAQs.
Databases are collections of information or content which are searchable. Most of the Library’s subscriptions are journal databases. These contain content from groups of journals - either whole article or information about the article. Some databases contain other types of searchable information, such medical reviews, company financials or case law. Find databases by subject or title in MetaLib
or by title in Primo OneSearch. Read more.
The Library provides access to hundreds of e-books across all subjects. E-books complement the print books and are available 24-hours a day. These are findable through Primo OneSearch
, Library catalogue and MetaLib. Read more.
UEA Digital Repository is a digital archive of research and enterprise output produced by staff and research postgraduates of University of East Anglia. Digital Repository records are also findable through Primo OneSearch. Read more and access UEA Digital Repository
The University is able to accept theses as electronic documents, as well as in print. The electronic version will be held in the central repository. These are findable through Primo OneSearch, Library catalogue and Digital Repository. Read more
Help and tutorials
Access quick, self directed and practical help on finding and using information.
Starting Out and Researching strands comprise of a mix of useful information, searching tips, step by step help, video demonstrations, interactive tutorials, glossary
and more detailed, printable Information Skills Helpsheets
. Read more
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