A book return facility, click and collect for available items and a limited number of pre-booked study spaces are available at Northampton Square Library from Tuesday 14 July. Our Returning to campus guide provides full details about these services.
We are not currently offering face to face appointments however, you can still arrange an online meeting with a Librarian. You can book via our Appointments page.
Use Nexis to cross search 1000s of current UK and international news sources, including magazines and trade journals. It's updated daily but doesn't include any pictures/diagrams. Useful for accessing newspapers with paywalls like The Times, New York Times etc.
The right to retrieve and store machine-readable copies of Materials is limited to the retrieval of a single copy of a reasonable portion of the Materials included in any individual file of the Online Services using the downloading commands of the Online Services or your web browser software and storage of that copy in machine readable form for no more than 90 days, primarily for one person’s exclusive use, to the extent the storage of those Materials is not further limited or prohibited by the Additional Terms.
The Economist Online (Economist.com) offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance,
science and technology. It publishes all articles from ‘The Economist’ print edition (including those printed only in British copies)
and archives that date back to June 1997.
The Economist Online also offers a variety of web-only content, including blogs, debates and audio/video programmes. Access is sponsored by The Worshipful Company of International Bankers.
FT.com gives access to the daily news focusing on international business and economics. It also provides access to company and market data as well as the FT ePaper which is the digital replica of the Financial Times printed newspaper from different
countries including UK, Asia and USA.
Search for "FT.com" in CityLibrary Search and follow instruction for signing up (sign up with your City email address). Then search directly within the FT.com website. Further assistance is available from the Library Help Desk.