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The information is carefully organised and categorised and the databases have quality search facilities, which make the information much easier to find. Please see the Databases page for more information.
- 000-099 general works including computing
- 100-199 philosophy and psychology
- 200-299 religion
- 300-399 social sciences including education
- 400-499 languages
- 500-599 sciences and mathematics
- 600-699 applied sciences including business
- 700-799 the arts
- 800-899 literature
- 900-999 history, biography and geography.
Some items are located in specialist collections within the library, e.g. The Refugee Archive in the Docklands Library.
Not all university libraries allow access for all categories of students. See the SCONUL Access page for more information. You will need to have a SCONUL Access authentication email to use the scheme. To apply for one you must complete the online application form and take the return email (either in paper or via your mobile device) along with your UEL ID to the university library you wish to visit.
Eduroam allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to obtain internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions by simply opening their laptop. For more information on how to log onto wireless networks at other institutions using Eduroam, see the UEL Eduroam support pages.
Some PG level business dissertations are available via the University's online repository, ROAR.
Turnitin is administrated by your module leader and a link will be made available to you in the UEL Plus module site so that you can submit your drafts for checking. For more help see the Turnitin guide on the UEL E-learning website.