Where available, links to Accessibility Statements are included below. If you need further assistance around accessibility or require material in an alternative format, please see the Disability Support LibGuide
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Bates’ Visual Guide delivers head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques for the (Advanced) Assessment or Introduction to Clinical Medicine course. The site features more than 8 hours of video content.
Berg Fashion Library is the leading resource for students and researchers of fashion studies. Interdisciplinary in nature, with great visual and integrated content, it is invaluable for researchers in the areas of fashion, museum studies, cultural studies, anthropology, and more. Accessibility Statement
The Archive of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS) and connected collections from UK universities covers astronomy, biology, technology, industrial design, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, agriculture, meteorology, physics, history of science and STEM, and government grants for scientific research. It contains administrative records, correspondence, illustrations, manuscripts, photographs, prototypes, clippings, personal papers, gray literature—all presented as fully searchable digital images that can be analyzed, downloaded, manipulated, and compared with content from other societies and universities in the Wiley Digital Archives program.
An essential resource covering the entire range of fashion education from the creative to corporate, Fairchild Books Library offers content that covers a full spectrum of topics in fashion including construction, draping, fashion business management, history, illustration, journalism, marketing, promotion, theory, pattern making, styling, product development, sustainable fashion, textiles, and more. Accessibility Statement
The NEWT Guidelines is a unique resource which aims to provide prescribers and other healthcare professionals with a single point of reference which draws together the available information relating to medicines management in patients with enteral feeding tubes or swallowing difficulties, and presents it in a practical fashion.
nkoda is the world’s largest digital library of sheet music on subscription. With over 100,000 titles from more than 50 leading publishers, nkoda is as relevant for the beginner playing their first notes as for the leader of a symphony orchestra.
Institutional Sign In Process:
1. Download the nkoda app on your own personal device(s); use the relevant App Store links below to download the app:
2. Once you’ve downloaded and opened the app, click the 'Institution' button
3. Following this, you will be prompted to ‘Sign in to nkoda’. At this point, you should search for the ‘University of Huddersfield’ and sign in with your University credentials Accessibility Statement
SciFinder-n is a new generation of SciFinder featuring a redesigned interface, an improved search engine, and search algorithm. It continues to provide the same access to data and research but is now mobile-friendly, and offers more filter options.
This version will replace SciFinder after October 2021.
First time users must register here to obtain personal login details and we recommend this link is accessed from an on-campus computer to ensure you are recognised as a member of the University of Huddersfield.