Resources and support for English Studies
Useful online resources for English Studies students, plus technical and skills support.
Information and Learning Commons electronic resources
Access a range of online resources brought to you by City's Library.
Log in as a University member and use StarPlus to search for full text journal articles.
A research journal archive.
Multidisciplinary database covering English studies and other subjects.
Taylor & Francis Online
Access to Taylor & Francis journals (excluding the medical collection). Includes subject areas behavioural sciences, language and literature.
Literature online (LION)
Database containing literary texts, full-text journals, author biographies and critical and reference resources
Search the Nature journal collection. Subject areas include neuroscience, psychology, human behaviour, computing.
Full text database covering a wide range of topics including linguistics, phonology and communication.
Open access academic literature.
ACM Digital Library
E-journals, e-books and conference proceedings published by the Association for Computing Machinery.
White Rose Research Online
This repository houses research papers from the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York.
Library and IT help
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Research skills and critical thinking tutorials
For help on finding and evaluating information, copyright, avoiding plagiarism and referencing.
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