Databases

See below for an alphabetical list of the databases, e-book and e-journal collections to which Brunel Library subscribes. Access to these e-resources is restricted to the students and staff of Brunel University London for licensing and technical reasons. Some licence agreements may exclude access to databases and their contents from certain countries. It is your responsibility to comply with the terms and conditions of the relevant licence agreements - for more information see the copyright web page on databases - contact copyright@brunel.ac.uk if you have any questions.

For more information on how to access the databases see the e-Library web page. A small number of e-resources require a unique username and password instead. These are given on the password page on our intranet. Please do not share your credentials with anyone as you may be held responsible for any infringements.

To help you locate certain types of resource these guides may be helpful:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Other]

FAME

Company and financial data on medium and large UK and Irish businesses. Bankscope, FAME and Osiris all have a similar interface, so once you have familiarised yourself with one, you should be able to use the others.

Alternative link (if above doesn't work)

Family Law Online

Family Law Online provides access to law reports, commentary, legal and administrative changes published by Jordan Publishing.

Alternative link (if above doesn't work)

Film Index International

Provides information on approximately 100,000 films and references to articles about films.

Alternative link (if above doesn't work)

Financial Times

Note: first time users should follow this special FT registration link - use your Brunel University email address to create a unique username and password. The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news and information organisations. FT.com is an essential source of breaking news, comment, data analysis and research tools. It supports a range of disciplines from accounting and international relations to economics and management. The new ePaper archive goes back to 28 November, 2005.

Alternative access is available, below, on ABI/Inform/ Global, and Nexis, on a delayed basis (ie: 30 days out of date). The Library also has print copies for the most recent 6 months on the ground floor near the Help Desk.

Alternative link (if above doesn't work)

Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports, JISC Collections Selection

The JISC selection of the FBIS Daily Report includes a wealth of transcripts of broadcasts and news from around the world translated into English. The collection covers the period 1974–1996 in the Middle East and North Africa, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Eastern Europe.

Alternative link (if above doesn't work)

Page last updated: Tuesday 03 May 2016