As a student or member of staff at Bradford College you have access to a wide range of electronic resources, from databases which can help you find information relating to your assignment or research, to the full text of journals and books online.
Most of our electronic resources are available off campus. You will need your college username and password to access them.
If you need help using any of our electronic resources then please Contact a Librarian.
DISCOVER @BradfordCollege is our online search tool and is a quick and easy way to search all the College Library’s resources*, print and electronic, and find full text information. You can search for books, e-books, and journal articles.
DISCOVER is a bit like using Google but the results are higher quality and more relevant to your course at Bradford College. If you are looking for information for an assignment DISCOVER is a great place to start.
Off campus you will be asked to enter your College username and password.
*There are some resources that are not yet searchable on DISCOVER. Law students should continue to use Lexis, Lawtel and Westlaw.
|Bradford College Library has a growing collection of electronic books which are available from four main providers, MyiLibrary, Dawsonera, Ebrary and Safari. The Library also subscribes to a number of electronic resources that provide the full text of reference titles (encyclopaedias and dictionaries) and core texts electronically.|
|Databases are collections of information that can be accessed and searched online via the Internet. The databases in our collection cover all subject areas from hairdressing to law, construction to education. If you are looking for references to journal articles you can use a bibliographic database such as Psychology and Behavioural Science Collection or Computer Source. Often the database may contain full text journal articles, Emerald, SocINDEX and General OneFile for example. You can also search particular databases for images, news film, law reports, financial and statistical information. You can select your subject area from the drop down menu on Electronic Databases to find databases which are relevant to your area of study.|
You can search the A to Z of Journal Titles to access the full text of over 20,000 journals in electronic format. Some of these journals are electronic versions of journals that are held in the Library, in our print collection. Some are journals that the Library does not have in our print collection, but which are made available as part of a database collection - Emerald, Computer Source, SPORTDiscus, General OneFile and Lexis Library for example.
If the journal you need is not available electronically please search the Library Catalogue to see if we hold a print version.