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Information for UCC staff and students in relation to accessing electronic resources to support their learning, teaching and research.

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Web of Science Essentials

Date:  13 December 2022



EBSCO Essentials Overview

Date:  30 November 2022

Business Source (All Versions)

Date:  13 December 2022

Academic Search (All Versions)

Date:  14 December 2022

CINAHL (All Versions)

Date:  15 December 2022



Lexis+ UK Video Hub



Patrologia Latina

Welcome to Electronic Resources @ UCC Library

UCC Library provides access to a wide range of electronic resources that support learning, teaching and research.

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LexisNexis has opened up access to Legal News Hub on the Lexis+ UK platform.  This allows academic users to access the full text content from the news platforms, MLex and Law360.  The provider has granted complimentary access until 30 August 2023.


ScienceDirect - Topics

Topic pages are designed to help you get up to speed with new topics in your field of research or area of study.  The extracts provided on ScienceDirect Topics are written by subject matter experts and are drawn from foundational and reference materials.  The source materials used for Topic pages include major reference works such as encyclopedias, journal review articles, monographs, book series and handbooks.



The Reaxys Academy is designed to provide users with educational material to support learning chemistry concepts and digital chemistry literacy with Reaxys.  Courses given an introduction to Reaxys as well as how to apply this knowledge to enhance learning on analytical, organic and inorganic chemistry.