Online resources for visitors
Electronic resources available to visitors
The license agreements for the majority of our electronic resources mean that they can only be accessed by Nottingham Trent University staff, students and researchers. There are some, however, that can be accessed by visitors to Nottingham Trent University campus libraries.
Before visiting please check:
- the opening hours of the library you wish to visit, please note, visitor access is only available during full service hours
- visitor access ID requirements, please see the visitors' page for more information.
Access to the electronic resources will be via a wireless laptop. The laptop is locked down and will restrict browsing to the electronic resources which can be accessed by visitors. No printing will be available, but you will be able to copy data into notepad and save to a USB.
If you require any further information please contact us.
Below are the electronic resources available to visitors:
- 17th and 18th Century Burney Collection
- 19th Century British Library Newspapers
- ACS (American Chemical Society) publications
- a-n (The Artists Information Company)
- British Film Institute (BFI)
- InView Brill - See JISC Journals Archive
- CIS (Construction Information Service)
- Creative Club
- House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 18th Century
- House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 19th Century
- House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 20th Century
- ICE Virtual Library
- JISC Historic Books
- JISC Journals Archive
- JISC MediaHub
- LION (Literature Online)
- Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
- Oxford English Dictionary
- RSC (Royal Society of Chemistry) journals
- The Times Digital Archive
- UK Press Online
- Web of Science
- Wiley Online Library - Journals.
A full description of the content is available from JISC Collections. Copy and paste a title from the table above into the site search box, select a result and click on the 'full description' tab for a complete analysis of the content.
If we do not have the electronic resource that you need you could ask the Librarians at your local public library (or home institution if you are a student elsewhere) to see if they are able to arrange access.