The Library subscribes to a comprehensive collection of online resources. These allow you to search for journal, magazine and newspapers articles, e-books, images, video and sound clips.
Many of these resources give you an abstract of the article and details of the volume or issue in which it appeared. Others provide you with the full text so you can read or print the article in its entirety. For a complete list of the resources available use the 'See All Resources' link below.
Most of the online resources can be accessed without having to come to the Library. So if you need to carry out research or find information from the studio, workshop, home or anywhere else with an internet connection why not try the Library Online.
If you're looking for information on a particular topic for research or course work, you can use the following resources to search the contents of journals and e-journals for articles that match your area of interest.
Each resource allows you to search a collection of information in particular subject areas, for example film, performing arts fine art or design. Each collection may include the contents from hundreds of journals but will not include everything that has been published. To get a larger number of relevant results, don't just rely on one resource but try a number that cover your subject area.
E-journals are journals available in full text online.
All our full text e-journal titles can be found through the Arts University Bournemouth e-journal collection where you to search for e-journals by title, browse alphabetically by title, or sort by subject. It will not enable you to search inside e-journals for individual articles. You can use alternative resources to search for articles within journals and e-journals here.
Off campus access to the AUB e-journals requires an AUB username and password.
E-books are books that are readable on the web. All our e-book collections can be found and accessed through the Library catalogue and will need you to log in with your AUB username and password.
You can read current and historical newspapers online. These resources will enable you to search within newspapers for articles that match your subject of interest. You can narrow your search by date and in multi-title collections by newspaper.
If you need help accessing e-newspapers or using these resources, please contact your Subject Librarian or ask at the Enquiry Desk in the Library.
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