New resources from the Library


Stream more than 20,000 movies and documentaries for free with Kanopy. The app is available on a variety of services including Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV, Roku and Chromecast. The Kanopy app is also available to download on devices including iOS, Android and Amazon Fire tablets.

Image source: Kanopy, Inc.

Find Kanopy and access the list of new resources recently acquired by the library through the A-Z of Databases. These include:

Black Drama: A collection of plays dating from the mid-1800s through to the present day by playwrights from Africa, the Caribbean, North America and other African diaspora countries.

Edward Elgar Publishing: 2023 eBooks in business and management, economics and finance, law, and social and political science.

Kanopy: Stream more than 20,000 films and documentaries.

Oxford Clinical Psychology 2015-2022 Collections: More than 400 eBooks on disorders, therapies and treatments on topics related to clinical psychology, including child and developmental psychology and criminal and forensic psychology.

Packt Publishing eBook Collections Archive, Frontlist and Backlist: More than 500 eBooks on emerging information technology centred around the themes of cloud and security, data and machine learning, programming, and web development.

Proquest: Art and architecture archive, art and design, art and photography.

Springer: 2022 eBooks on Biomedical and life sciences, and education.

Wiley Data and Cybersecurity eBooks complete collection 2013-2023

Women's Wear Daily Archive: A digital archive of US fashion magazine Women's Wear Daily, which includes access from 1910 to the present, with a six-month embargo on access to the latest content.

The library has also subscribed to the following:

Shoppervista: Search or browse for information, including insights and trends, on shops, shoppers and shopping.

Retail analysis: Search or browse for UK and international information, including analysis, data, insight, opinion and trends, on grocery retail, retailers and retailing.

Sustainable Development Goals: More than 12,000 sources, including book chapters, journal articles, videos and case studies, centred around each of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

The resources can be found by visiting the Library’s A-Z Databases page.


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