One platform, over 350,000 late 15th to 19th century texts.
Learning and research resources
One platform, archives of over 600 journals.
A collection of e-books specially selected to meet the needs of FE and skills (accessed through the ebrary platform)
A free online resource for hairdressing and barbering teachers and students, mapped to the curriculum and open to all.
Providing advice, guidance and training on the effective creation, delivery, storage and use of digital media to support teaching, learning and research activities in colleges and universities.
Supports the use of moving image in education, offering audiovisual content, context and support to the higher and further education sector. The British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC) changed to Learning on Screen in 2016 - find out more.
Providing access to a wide range of digital image, video and audio collections for educational and research use.
This service will retire in September 2016. Read more about these changes on the Alexander Street website.
Providing access to thousands of learning and teaching resources shared by the UK higher and further education community. This service will retire in September 2016. Stay up to date via the Jorum website.
The most comprehensive maps and geospatial data available in UK higher and further education.
A free online service for further education providing Ordnance Survey digital mapping for all of Great Britain.
Providing users in UK education and research access to geospatial-related information and services. The GoGeo service will end on the 31 July 2016. If you have any queries regarding the change, please contact email@example.com.
A free tool to help researchers and librarians locate print and electronic serials held in UK libraries, including the British Library and the national libraries of Scotland and Wales.
Supporting researchers, students and educators by providing access to content from over 280 UK institutions.
Exposes rare and unique research material by merging the catalogues of over 90 major UK and Irish libraries.
The monitoring and search service for global research publications.