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Most of your journals are available online on or off campus. We recommend using:

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Using the ejournals A-Z

Latest Ejournals

Our collection of Ejournal titles has once again been updated this month! 

The International Journal of Accounting is an essential read for those on Accounting and Finance courses and is NEW IN this month! 

Specilising in health psychology? The brand new European Journal of Health Psychology will be for you! There is only one volume of it so far but you will want to keep checking back for future volumes! 

Studying for a Social Sciences degree? Check out Social Science History, it looks at a wide variety of subjects, such as civil society, religion, social welfare and much much more! 

Want to know what else has been added to our collection? Check out the full list of Ejournals!

Go to the Subject Support guides, to find lots of useful resources that your Academic Librarian has chosen to help with your research! 

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Logging in to eresources

On Campus you may not need to log in into our electronic resources if you have already used Single Sign-On to log on to a PC.

If you do need to log in, use your standard Leeds Beckett University Username and Password to access most ebooks, ejournals and databases.

You will normally see either the standard Leeds Beckett login page or an OpenAthens login page 

 Some ejournals and databases have a specific username and password.



Print journals

Over 99.9% of our journals are online but there are still some print journals on the ground floor of Headingley Library and the third floor of Sheila Silver Library. You can search the Library Catalogue for print journals.