|Library Search||Library Search is the one-stop shop for searching all of our collections - physical and electronic. It attempts to pull in data from every database we have access to, and is a good place to start a search.|
More information on how to navigate Library Search can be found in our Library search guide.
The vast majority of our e-resources are available off campus to all current staff and students and whilst there are a few resources that aren’t available this will be due to licencing restrictions.
The best way to access our licenced e-resources off campus is to start at Library Search.However, if you're accessing content online from a search engine or using free search tools like Gooogle Scholar its a good idea to download the Library Access Browser Tool which will point you to full text access where the UEA subscribes. For a step by step guide on installing and using Library access watch this short video.
Finding your feet at university is about finding your way around - not just on campus but in your new learning environment.
Four information trails are available on Blackboard to help you understand what's expected of you in terms of studying, reading, finding and managing information as an independent learner. Each one offers a 'mini-tour' of an important part of your new learning environment:
- The Library building
- Your digital learning environment
- Reading and notemaking
- Knowledge and independent learning
British Education Index
The British Education Index is a database of journal articles from all areas of education from preschool to higher education and is searchable by educational level and age group.
Childlink is a fast growing innovative online database focusing on legislation, policies and practices, regarding children, young people and families who live in the UK and Ireland.
The ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) database is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education to provide extensive access to educational-related literature.
This database contains more than one million citations and summaries of journal articles, book chapters, books, dissertations and technical reports, all in the field of psychology.
SPORTDiscus is a full text journal database covering sport, exercise, fitness, sports medicine, and other sports-related disciplines
Taylor & Francis Online
Taylor & Francis Online provides access to a wide range of journal articles in full text, and may be particularly useful for social scientists and those interested in education, health and social care.
Box of Broadcasts
Search and view thousands of hours of TV and radio programming including regional, foreign language, news and freeview.
Cite them right
Guide to referencing different information sources.
Digital Education Resource Archive (DERA)
The IOE UK Digital Education Repository Archive (DERA) is a digital archive of documents published electronically by government and other relevant bodies in the areas of education, training, children and families.
Ebook collection strong in Education. You can also request titles we don't currently have access to.
The Historical Association provides training and online resources to history teachers and departments, in both secondary and primary schools.
National Foundation for Educational Research
Find research reports, policy papers, practical guides, classroom materials and professional development tools available here.
The Poetry Archive provides teaching resources and audio recordings of poets reading their own work, as well as lesson plans, classroom activities and guides to poet's work. For access to further recordings available from the Archive shop, make sure you check Library Search as most of these are held in UEA library.
Statista is a quick and easy way to find statistics on a whole range of subjects. Extremely useful for research and it's easy to incorporate their graphs into your assignments and presentations.
Education in Video is the first online collection of streaming video developed specifically for training and developing teachers. It includes Teacher's TV, the acclaimed in-classroom video professional development website created by the UK Department of Education