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 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:

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Reviews of articles from around 1,700 journals covering mathematics, from 1940 to date. The database is updated daily.

Media lawyer

This bi-monthly legal journal provides a round-up of key media law events and developments. It is essential reading for media lawyers, editors, reporters and journalism trainers to help them keep abreast of the latest changes to media law in the UK. The publication reports on libel settlements affecting the media and also provides a forum for the discussion of media law matters. To access this e-resource you will require a unique username and password – please do not share them with anyone. These are given on the password page on our intranet (NB: off campus users will need to sign in with your Brunel University Network username and password to view this page).


Indexes sources in medical research including biomedical and physical sciences, North American bias, from 1948 to date. The database is updated weekly.

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Migration to New Worlds

Focused on migration to the New World and Australasia during the ‘century of immigration’, this captivating, multi-archive collection provides a wide-ranging and in depth look at the emigration of peoples from Great Britain, mainland Europe and Asia during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Mintel Academic

Mintel Academic provides access to market research reports and data on lifestyle trends including eating and drinking habits, clothing and footwear.

Mintel Market Sizes

Mintel Market Sizes (formerly called Global Market Navigator, GMN or Snapshots) provides market data for 22 consumer industries across 54 countries. Search by country and industry or market to produce a customised report. MMS contains the data previously available in GMN / Snapshots, including international reports, too.

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Music Online

Includes American Song, Classical Music Library (see description, above), Contemporary World Music, Jazz Music Library and Smithsonian Global Sound. You must use headphones when listening/viewing on PCs in the Library. These can be borrowed from the Help Desk.

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Music Periodicals Database (IIMP)

Music Periodicals Database (previous title: Index to International Music Periodicals or IIMP) is a bibliographical resource on the ProQuest platform (this has the option to search other databases too). It includes content from over 20 countries, plus full text for more than 140 of the indexed journals from 1874 to date. The database currently includes over 770,000 records, the majority from the most recent ten years of publication.

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There are about 5,000 titles in the MyiLibrary collection covering a wide range of subjects. They can be read online, Many of them are titles that have been included on reading lists. We recommend you check that Adobe Reader is set to open content inside the browser so that you can read online. See the MyiLibrary help page and LibAnswers for guidance if the ebook does not open correctly. Please note that MyiLibrary uses digital rights management (DRM) software: you are advised to ensure you are using at least version 4.0.1 of Adobe Digital Editions when you read an e-book on your computer or mobile device.

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Page last updated: Wednesday 10 May 2017