E-Resources

Bangor University holds a large collection of e-resources that support teaching, learning and research.  Library Search can help you find e-resources relevant to your studies, this ensures you have access to everything available both on and off campus. 

 

Resource of the month: April 2019 IEEE Xplore Digital Library

IEEE Xplore Digital Library provides access to more than 4 million documents in engineering and technology published by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and its publishing partners.  The databases provides full text access to IEEE journals, conference proceedings, standards, and some e-book content in the fields of electrical engineering, computer science, electronics, and related disciplines.  The IEEE Xplore platform is easy to use and the search and refine options are well designed and effective.  A very useful tool for School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering staff and students. 

 

Access

Current Students and Staff Members will be asked for username and password (the same as your university emails) 

External Users can register to use our Walk-in Access Service.  

 

What E-Resources are available?

  • Articles
  • Conference Papers
  • Databases
  • E-Books
  • E-Journals
  • Sensus - Convert media types
  • Newspapers
  • E-Theses
  • Exam papers 

Please be aware that University regulations expect all staff, students and researchers to abide by both copyright legislation and the terms of any licence that has been purchased. For further information please see our General Usage Guidelines.

 

E-Resources Glossary

This glossary aims to help you understand some of the commonly occurring phrases and jargon used in e-resources.

 

What’s Trending

What’s Trending gives a monthly usage statistic snapshot for a selection of library resources.  

 

Need Help?

Please contact the Academic Support Team for help to find resources specific to your studies, or for help on using any of our e-resources. 

If you are having problems accessing any of the above resources, or are receiving error messages, please see our FAQ page or email the details to the Digital Development Team.
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