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Archives Unbound provides access to rare primary source documents covering a wide range of topics. Help and guidance for using Archives Unbound can be found here
Provides access to the Key Texts for your programme all in one place. Help and guidance can be found here.
The British & Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII) is a great source for law-related materials. Help and guidance can be found here.
EBSCO databases contain a broad range of full-text resources and bibliographic records. Help and guidance for using EBSCO databases can be found here.
Gale Academic OneFile provides access to millions of articles and thousands of journal. Help and support for using Gale Academic OneFile can be found here
Gale Literature: Contemporary Authors provides access to current biographical and bibliographical data on more than 120,000 modern authors. Guidance on how to use Gale Literature: Contemporary Authors, can be found here
Gale Literature Criticism is the largest and most extensive compilation of literary commentary available. To get the most out of Gale Literature Criticism, please use the guidance available here
Gale Literature: Cross-Search Platform brings together Gale's literary databases into a single digital environment. Help and guidance for using Gale Literature: Cross-Search Platform can be found here
Gale Literature: Dictionary of Literary Biography provides access to biographical and critical essays on the loves, works and careers of the world's most influential literary figures. Guidance and support for using Gale Literature: Dictionary of Literary Biography can be found here
Gale Literature: LitFinder provides access to a wealth of literary works and secondary source materials covering literature and authors throughout history and across the globe. Support and guidance for using Gale Literature: LitFinder can be found here
Gale Literature Resource Center is Gale's most current, comprehensive and reliable online literature database. Guidance for using Gale Literature Resource Center can be found here
Gale Literature: Scribner Writers is a collection of original scholarly essays on authors from around the world. Guidance and support for using Gale Literature: Scribner Writers can be found here
Gale Literature: Something About the Author is a critically acclaimed series that examines the lives and works of authors and illustrators for children and young adults. Guidance and support for using Gale Literature: Something About the Author can be found here
Gale Literature: Twayne’s Authors Series showcases in-depth critical introductions to the lives and works of major writers. Help and guidance for using Gale Literature: Twayne’s Authors Series can be found here
General OneFile provides access to periodical and news information with more than 35 years of coverage. Guidance and support on getting the most out of General OneFile can be found here
Gale OneFile: News provides access to thousands of major world newspapers. Guidance and support for using Gale OneFile: News can be found here
Google Scholar is a search engine that finds scholarly material – please be aware that the materials found using Google Scholar may or may not be accessible. To increase the chances of returning accessible results you will need to link Google Scholar to the Arden University Library, this is a quick process, and you can find guidance here:
IBISWorld contains industry reports published worldwide, including economic demographic and market data. Help and support for using IBISWorld can be found here.
SAGE Premier Collection offers access to a range of scholarly sources, to help you in your searching SAGE offer a user guide that can be found here.
Gale Research Complete contains a wealth of resources covering many different topics. Help and guidance for using Gale Research Complete can be found here
ScienceDirect provides access to the scientific, technical and medical journals of Elsevier and participating publishers. To help you make the most of ScienceDirect, there is a handy Help Guide available here.