University of Buckingham Library

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University of Buckingham Library

University of Buckingham Library

Library

The Library aims to provide a personalised, high quality service to support the University’s teaching and research programmes and to encourage the development of creative and independent thinking.

Telephone: +44 (0)1280 820218 (Business / Humanities), +44 (0)1280 828267 (Law / Science)

EBSCO Discovery (the one stop shop for Library resources)

Search EBSCO Discovery Service on campus in the search box below. If the result is only an abstract try Google Scholar or an Open Access resource such as Researchgate, or ask the Library for an Inter Library Loan.

Accessing EBSCO Discovery off campus online tutorial: click here

Off-campus access to resources

Database access from off-campus computers and wireless internet access.  Instructions for off-campus access (PDF document).

Accessing e-resources off campus online tutorial: click here

Accessing EBSCO Discovery off campus online tutorial: click here

Accessing ebooks online tutorial: click here

The two libraries

The Hunter Street & Franciscan Libraries: locations, subject coverage and staff contacts on each site.

Library collections and services

Opening hours, the loans service, reference collection and services for external users, rules & regulations.

Library catalogues

Search the University library catalogue or renew your books. Search other universities’ catalogues.

Electronic information

Subscription databases, ebooks, ejournals and useful sites on the Web.

Electronic Information

All the electronic information can be found through the University Intranet, or at any of the University libraries.

All staff and students please note user obligations when using electronic resources at: www.eduserv.org.uk/Chest-Agreements/about-our-licences/user-obligations.

DatabasesThese are available over the Internet or on campus.

e-Books

Electronic books from Dawsonera and EBSCO ebook Collection, plus freely available e-book websites.

Accessing ebooks online tutorial: https://youtu.be/_Vf-WiviNSw.

e-Journals

Most of our journals are available online. In addition to direct access to journals via their own websites with links in our Library catalogue, journals may be accessed via service providers: EBSCO Discovery (one stop shop for Library electronic sources including Full text finder), HeinOnline, i-law, IngentaConnect, JSTOR, LexisLibrary, Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence Service (OGEL)PMC, Medical Journals backfiles, Sage Journals Online, Scopus, Westlaw and Wiley InterScience. For further details on how to access journals databases, please refer to the guides in Moodle.

Internet Sources

Internet links to useful websites for business, law, general reference, etc.

Other Library Catalogues

The current University of Buckingham Library catalogue holds details of all books, journals, CDs, DVDs and audio cassettes available in the Library, including links to e-journals and e-books. eLibrary OPAC, the Library’s web-based library catalogue, can be accessed from anywhere via the World Wide Web.

Other Library Catalogues:

  • COPAC: a national OPAC providing unified access to the online catalogues of some of the largest university research libraries in the UK and Ireland including the British Library Public Catalogue.
  • British Library Public Catalogue: a service for the searching and ordering of documents from the British Library’s collections. This is also accessible through COPAC.
  • Library of Congress: the American national library
  • London Library: a subscription library with an extensive collection of books and periodicals in English and all major European languages within the arts and humanities.
  • Libraries of the World: this site lists national library catalogues alphabetically by country.
  • WorldCat: search for books, music, videos or articles and locate them in nearby libraries.

CONTACT US:

The University of Buckingham
Hunter Street
Buckingham
MK18 1EG
United Kingdom