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Electronic Journals

Electronic Journals

Check whether we have full-text access by searching our list of individual journal titles:

Databases help

Databases help

This guide contains links to all of the research databases which the Library subscribes to. Click on a link to log-in.

Access to databases containing dictionaries, newspaper articles, television programmes and legal information is via the "All Database Types" filter tab.

If you find an article in a database which is not available as a full-text option then try the following steps:

  1. Check the Electronic Journals to see if a full-text copy exists in another database;
  2. Request the article via the inter-library loan service.

If you would like to find out more about using these databases contact your Academic Subject Librarian

New Databases

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We've subscribed to these databases within the last six months:
Trial
Trial access to this database will end on 2nd January 2020

Access to the papers of the Parliamentary Labour Party since its founding in 1906 until the Harold Wilson Government. These records are a reflection of current events as much as of the Party itself and have been arranged by year and divided into thematic groups for ease of analysis.

If you would like to give us feedback on this trial, please fill in our survey.
Trial
Trial access to this database will end on 2nd January 2020

Access to the papers of the Parliamentary Labour Party, included in this collection are all the minutes of the Party Meetings, the Liaison Committee and the Parliamentary Committee (Shadow Cabinet) for the period 1968-1994. These records are a reflection of current events as much as of the Party itself and have been arranged by year and divided into thematic groups for ease of analysis.

If you would like to give us feedback on this trial, please fill in our survey.
Trial
Trial access to this database will end on 31st December 2019

Access to an image and reference database with more than 3000 projects from the last 30 years of architecture magazine, DETAIL. Each project described in the database is accompanied by a DETAIL project document (in German and English) which can be downloaded as a PDF.

If you would like to give us feedback on this trial, please fill in our survey.
Trial
Trial access to this database will end on 31st December 2019

This module of Drama Online provides access to RSC Live covering productions from the Royal Shakespeare Company performed between 2013 and 2018.

If you use this trial please provide feedback.
New
Access to a collection of 116 books written by leading names in the field of Political Studies, which aim to examine and analyse the theories and practices of power and governance, from local to international level and examine the progress of people, behaviours, policy, events and government from the early 20th century to the present day.
Trial
Trial access to this database will end on 3rd January 2020

Access to 100,000 pages of the Morning Star and Daily Worker from 1930 to 1955 and 2000 to the present day, all as published on the day they were printed and all searchable by name, word, phrase or date.

If you would like to give us feedback on this trial, please fill in our survey.
Trial
Trial access to this database will end on 8th January 2020

Access to a wide range of books on all aspects of the Enlightenment, including history, cultural studies, literature, biography, religious studies, philosophy, and gender studies.

If you would like to give us feedback on this trial, please fill in our survey.
  • Registration required
New
Institutional access to the THE for analysis and insights on higher education.

Access instructions : To access you need to register for an account, which will log you in to the THE website, app, and digital edition content. You will need to use your University of Lincoln email address when registering.

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We can often request trial access to a database not listed on these pages. If there's a resource you want to look at in more detail let us know the details:

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