E-resourcer A-Z

Overview of key electronic resources that the UCL library has purchased access to.

Alphabetical list of e-resources:

Academic Search Premier
Article database that covers all subject areas.

CINAHL Complete 
Healthcare database covering nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, radiography and related disciplines.

Database on the effect of treatment and prevention in health care.

eBook Academic Collection
Database with online access to books on a variety of topics.

ERIC - Education Resources Information Center
Database with online access to books on a variety of topics.

Euro Stat
Statistics on EU countries.

Google Scholar
Search engine with a focus on scholarly literature.

Norwegian journal database with full text articles in English.

Link collection of quality assessed websites in health sciences.

Nordic Base of Early Childhood Education and Care (NB-ECEC)
Database of quality assessed Scandinavian research in 0-6-year-old children in day care

OT Seeker
Healthcare database within occupational therapy

Healthcare database within physiotherapy

Database covering fields of psychology, psychiatry and  anthropology. There is access to a large number of articles in full text.

Healthcare database within the health sciences.

SocINDEX with Full Text
Sociological research database that includes articles and books.

Sociological Abstract
Database with references to key international sociological literature and related fields of study.

Nordic article database in health science - contains many articles in English

Teacher Reference Center
Small database (about 280 journals) with educational articles

Thieme Teaching Assistant
Database with anatomical and physiological illustrations.

UC Viden 
Portal for university college’s research and development.

UC Viden - Studenterprojekter
Student projects written by students at the University Colleges in Denmark

WHO - publications
Free access to publications from the World Health Organization

Wiley online Library
Full-text Database targeted towards health care educations.