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Online Resources (including licenced and open access databases, ebooks, ejournals and more…)
Publisher license restrictions limit access to subscribed online resources and as such these are not freely available to Alumni. Please view the following Open Access platforms, or optionally, select the Open Access filter in FiNDit.
The Library licenses a collection of online information resources on behalf of the Notre Dame Community and of those, the following resources are now available to Alumni. To access these resources you will need to log in using your Notre Dame username and password.
Britannica Online School Edition offers encyclopedias and related materials for students of all levels. Users can also take advantage of the Learning Materials, a collection of educational exercises, activities, and study guides.
F1000Research publishes articles and other research outputs (e.g. posters and slides) reporting basic scientific, translational and clinical research within the life sciences and medicine. F1000Research is a scholarly publication platform set up for the scientific research community.
LinkedIn Learning provides access to an on demand library of videos developed by industry professionals on everything from essential software skills in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams, SharePoint and more through to educational technology, business analysis, project management, leadership, professional and career development
The JournalTOCs (Tables of Contents) service makes it easy for academics, researchers, students and anyone else to keep up-to-date with newly published scholarly material by enabling them to find, display, store, combine and reuse thousands of journal tables of contents from multiple publishers such as Sage, Springer, Oxford University Press, Nature and John Wiley.
The National Library of Australia provides access to indexes, full-text eJournals, websites and guides. Some are freely available, some may be accessed by logging in with a library card. Register online to obtain a library card.