Category: Online Resources

New database: Food Science Source

The Library now has a subscription to the Food Science Source database, via the EBSCOhost platform. Food Science Source is a full text database providing access to articles from journals, magazines and trade publications covering issues relating to the food industry. More than 1,000 key food industry and market reports are also included. Whilst the…Continue Reading New database: Food Science Source

3 new Lancet journals added to the collection

Screenshot of The Lancet Psychiatry

We’re excited to announce that students and staff now have full-text access to The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, The Lancet Psychiatry and The Lancet Respiratory Medicine. The Lancet publishes a series of world leading journal titles across a range of disciplines related to medicine, science and healthcare – and these 3 new additions to…Continue Reading 3 new Lancet journals added to the collection

Read for pleasure: fiction books recommended by CityLibrary staff

Read for pleasure book display at Northampton Square Library

People tend to think of academic libraries as places with lots of textbooks and obscure titles for research on the most unimaginable things. Of course, CityLibrary has all that, too, but we have a broad collection of fiction as well! To highlight this, CityLibrary News recently surveyed members of CityLibrary staff to learn what books…Continue Reading Read for pleasure: fiction books recommended by CityLibrary staff

Expanding digital resources

Screenshot of the Databases A-Z list.

We’re focused on keeping the collections fresh, up-to-date and evolving – and that’s why we’re pleased to announce the expansion of some key online resources….Continue Reading Expanding digital resources

Top 10 library workshops to kick off 2022

  Happy New Year! We’re starting off 2022 with some exciting library workshops to support your studies and research….Continue Reading Top 10 library workshops to kick off 2022

New Resource: Datastream via WRDS

The Business Library has added a new resource to our extensive collection of financial data sources. We have long had access to the full version of Datastream, which you can access via the Eikon Excel Add-In, and now we are able to also provide access to an abridged version of Datastream via WRDS. Datastream is…Continue Reading New Resource: Datastream via WRDS

CityLibrary search downtime

Screenshot of CityLibrary search results screen showing titles with an e-book available.

At 2am on Tuesday 30th November, CityLibrary search will be unavailable for up to two hours due to a system upgrade. During this period you will not be able to access your library account, search for items, place requests or renew items. We envisage that the upgrade will be completed on time and full service…Continue Reading CityLibrary search downtime

New resource: OverDrive

OverDrive Screenshot

OverDrive is a platform providing access to a wide range of fiction and non-fiction e-books. OverDrive works in a slightly different way to our other e-book suppliers, rather than just read books online you can borrow items and read them on the go via an app called Libby.   What can I borrow? All City…Continue Reading New resource: OverDrive

Audit Analytics: Corporate and Legal

Composite image showing a woman leaning over her tablet, with papers showing graphs on the desk around her. Images of graphs are overlaid on this picture.

Library Services are pleased to announce that we now have access to Audit Analytics: Corporate and Legal through the WRDS Platform. Audit Analytics is a company intelligence tool useful for topics like investments, accounting, insurance, law, and regulatory issues. We already have the sister dataset to this product, Audit Analytics: Audit and Compliance, which you…Continue Reading Audit Analytics: Corporate and Legal

Connecting students to content with Reading Lists Online

Screenshot of reading lists online.

Reading lists Reading Lists Online offers students quick and easy access to books, e-books, journal articles and websites recommended for the modules they have registered for. Lists are often divided into sections/topics to guide students, with notes added to highlight importance or relevance. If an item on a list has a button labelled ‘Read Online’…Continue Reading Connecting students to content with Reading Lists Online