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Sources

Books

Search for printed books and ebooks here.

Collections

Credo Reference
Over 1000 reference books

EBSCOhost eBook Collection
Ebooks on various subjects

O’Reilly
Books on IT, business, career development, etc.
For help with accessing the O’Reilly site, look at our Sources page.

Oxford Reference
Online reference books

ProQuest Ebook Central
Over 55,000 ebooks on various subjects

ScienceDirect
Journal articles and book chapters

👉 See also other ebook collections in UEA’s A-Z Databases.

UEA Library search

👉 See also the video on this page

  1. Go to my.uea.ac.uk/library.
  2. Enter your search terms in the search box and click Search.
  3. You can narrow the results to Books or Articles.
  4. You can drag the Publication Date slider to show only recent items.
  5. For an article, click on the full-text link, e.g. PDF Full Text.
  6. For a printed book, note down its status, location and classmark/call number.
  7. For an ebook, click on the View eBook or UEA Access link.

There may be a Cite icon or link. Click on it for the bibliographical reference.

Google Scholar

👉 See also the video on this page

  1. Go to scholar.google.co.uk and do a search.
  2. You can limit the results by date (e.g. Since 2017).
  3. Some of the results will have links in a separate column on the right, such as [PDF]… or [HTML]… or UEA access. Click on one of these.
  4. For a reference, click on Cite at the bottom of each result.

Tip: On your own laptop, go to Settings > Library links to add University of East Anglia.

Video

Finding sources with UEA Library and Google Scholar

Background music is "Mist and Clouds" from the album The Scope by Kai Engel, licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial Licence.

How to access O’Reilly materials

The O’Reilly for Higher Education site has books and videos on IT, business, accounting, economics, maths, science, design, journalism, career development and other topics.

  1. Go to the O’Reilly sign-in page.
  2. Click on Select your institution and choose Not listed? Click here (the top option).
    Screenshot of institution list
  3. Enter your UEA email address, e.g. n.obody@uea.ac.uk and click on Let’s Go.
  4. You should receive an email inviting you to create a password. You don’t have to do this. You can just enter your email address each time you visit the site.
  5. If you do create a password, then next time you visit the site, click on Already a user? Click here.