Within college the following resources may be accessed simply by clicking on the link. If you are accessing these resources from home you will be asked for your college network username and password, (the ones you use when logging onto a computer in college).
A one-stop source for news and periodical articles on a wide range of topics.
A digital library that gives you access to more than 10 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources on a wide range of subjects.
Issues Online is a reference source addressing contemporary social issues. It includes articles with news and views on each topic, key statistics, newspaper archives, research guides and much more.
Digital Theatre Plus
The platform gives you access to over 300 classic, contemporary and international productions, with many exclusive to Digital Theatre Plus. Over 230 exclusive interviews exploring the dramatic, technical theatre-making process, as well as experimental, post-dramatic and applied theatre, and over 100 essays, documentaries, lectures, and study guides, covering theatre history, context, language analysis, encyclopedia entries, and practical techniques.
*Due to copyright regulations clicking on the links below will take you to the Library Moodle pages where you will find information on the usernames and passwords needed to access these resources. When you have clicked on the link you will be asked to login to the Moodle page using your college network username and password, (the ones you use when logging onto a computer in college).
Complete Issues is a one-stop source for information on a wide range of topics. It will provide you with relevant articles, statistics, and organisations for your research quickly and easily.
Keep up-to-date with recent sociological research and see how media is portrayed in society. Some very useful articles on prisons and the media.
The British Film Institute InView Archive
11,000 archive films are available to watch free on BFI Player from the BFI, national and regional archives. This collection grows constantly as more material is digitised.