Our databases contain high-quality, scholarly literature for researchers. Use them to find peer-reviewed articles in your field and to identify gaps in the research.
Many databases provide additional functionality to enable you to:
You can book a research consultation to find out more.
To request books and articles not held by our Library, use document delivery.
Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar are three major sources of citation and bibliographic data.
They're a great place to start if you're conducting a review of scholarly literature on a topic, or a systematic literature review.
Need help using these important resources? We've made these short, self-paced tutorials to help you perfect your search:
Installing one of the following browser plugins will allow you to automatically search for open access versions of articles, wherever you are.
Our subject guides will help you find scholarly content relevant to your research. There are lists of databases for major subject areas in each discipline, and guides to help you find specific materials relevant to your research.