The imagery from Getmapping is 25cm resolution vertical aerial photography and the most detailed national coverage available.
Aerial Roam offers the ability to view, annotate and print the aerial photographs as well as an overlay function to allow comparison with current Ordnance Survey mapping.
British Newspapers 1600 - 1950
Nineteenth-Century UK Periodicals
17th and 18th Century Burney Collection
Nineteenth-Century British Newspapers
Times Digital Archive
It allows staff and students to record programmes from over 65 free-to-air channels, and search an extensive archive.
You may only access or use BoB in the United Kingdom.
NOTE:Use "Login" link in top-right corner (NOT the Athens link)
Fame has been updated with a new improved interface. The old interface will no longer be available.
Once in Lexis Nexis, you can find Halsbury's Laws of England in the "My Bookshelf" list on the right of the page.
The historic maps can be viewed on-line, printed and downloaded as images for use in image processing and GIS software.
Please note: If you are using Internet Explorer this resource requires version 9 or above.
Please note that interface has changed as of December 2015.
It includes the rise and fall of the New Zealand Company, British, European and Asian migration and unique primary source personal accounts, shipping logs, printed literature and organisational papers.
PLEASE NOTE: You must register for an account on your first visit. See "More Information" for full details.
When asked to select your institution, select "Not listed? Click here" from the list and use your University email address to get access.
It contains a comprehensive search facility, detailed financial analysis, complementary information, news and market research.
It contains more than 16 million articles, 2,500 journals, 250 full open access journals, 39,000 books and 330,000 topic pages.
For a complete list of of our subscribed titles, click the "More information" link.
Please note that you need to register for a free account to use this resource.
The Historic Newspapers collection contains 10 million pages of full-text content.
Please note: In order to download any reports, you will first need to create a free account on WGSN.