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New / Trial Databases

The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Bridgeman Education is a growing online collection of over 2 million images of art, culture and history from the best museums, archives and libraries around the world. Images are copyright-cleared for educational use for students, lecturers and researchers.

Terms of use:
1. Access to images solely by UCC staff and students for educational or research use and limited to browsing, copying and reproduction in course work, display and presentation in classroom.
2. Credit is given to every image used as: © The Bridgeman Art Library – London, New York, Paris.
The Business & Management Collection (TBMC) contains over 1,100 specially commissioned, multi-media, online lectures and case studies by experts from academia, industry and commerce.
This resource includes material from over 7,000 academic journals published in China. The content covers a wide subject area such as natural science, engineering and technology, agriculture, philosophy, medicine and social science, with more that 54 million articles available.

Trial access is available until December 15th, 2019.

Please send feedback on this resource to Cathal Kerrigan at
This resource offers access to more than 280 current, fully illustrated, step-by-step guidelines on clinical skills.

To access the resource
-> Scroll down the page to the section titled Login via Shibboleth.
-> Select University College Cork from the pull down list and click Go to Login
-> Enter your UCC email credentials

On your first visit, you will reach your new account’s profile page where you are asked to enter your name, accept Terms and Conditions and click Save to reach your personal account dashboard.
On future visits, you reach your dashboard directly.
Health & Safety Review (HSR) is a resource providing comprehensive coverage of occupational health and safety and environmental issues as they affect the workplace including: asbestos; bullying; chemical hazards; EHS legislation, employer liability claims; HSA and EPA prosecutions; manual handling; noise; passive smoking; radiation; stress; vibration and waste.