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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This database is published by Euromonitor. It is a global market information database and analysis tool containing comprehensive data and reports across all industries, countries and consumers. For an online tutorial, see: You must register your Brunel email address and sign in with your Brunel institutional log-in (via the UK Access Management Federation) to use this database.

Performing Arts Periodicals Database (IIPA)

Performing Arts Periodicals Database (previous title: International Index of Performing Arts or IIPA) is a bibliographical resource offering access to international periodicals on the ProQuest platform (this has the option to search other databases too). It includes the full text for more than 100 of the indexed journals from around the world. It currently includes half a million records, the majority from the ten most recent years of each journal.

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Periodicals Archive Online: JISC Collections Selection

Online access to over 288,000 articles from a subset of 80 full text journal backfiles published between 1891 and 2000. This collection was Purchased by JISC Collections and is available free of charge to UK Higher Education institutions.

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Project Euclid Prime

Euclid Prime is a growing aggregation of well-cited, peer-reviewed journals in mathematics and statistics, only available to institutions.

Project MUSE

Project MUSE Humanities Collection provides full-text online access to 164 humanities, arts, and social science journals from 60 scholarly publishers as well as links to Project MUSE content from databases such as America: History and life, Historical abstracts and JSTOR.

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ProQuest's new platform provides online access to seven ProQuest databases including full-text sources like ABI/Inform and British Periodicals; some indexes such as DAAI, IBSS, IIMP and IIPA which either contain abstracts only or limited full-text sources; and a database listing calls for conference papers, COS PapersInvited. This database searches all these sources simultaneously, or you can change your selection.

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PsycArticles is a database of full-text articles from journals published by the American Psychological Association.

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Psychology and related topics; abstracts of articles from over 1400 journals, dissertations and books, from 1872 to date. Over 50,000 references are added annually. Popular literature is excluded. This abstract only database is updated monthly. Use Article Linker to check for full text online sources.

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PubMed Central

US National Library of Medicine's digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature. The link above enables access to Brunel's full-text subscriptions via PubMed Linkout, a service that allows you to link directly from PubMed and other NCBI databases to a wide range of information and services beyond (for more details see

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