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Last Updated: Jan 30, 2023     Views: 357

If you are a student studying entirely online, i.e. studying an online or distance-based programme, you should primarily access our E-Resources via the Library for Online Programmes rather than physical library resources.

Your UoL (MWS) login allows you to view many individual online platforms and collections such as 'Library Search', SCOPUS, Web of Science etc. Please use your UoL (MWS) login to access all networked E-Resources using the Library for Online Programmes.

If you wish to save favourites and use other personal features in 'Library Search', you will need to follow the 'Sign in' link/icon shown in the top-right area to access your personal 'profile' within the platform, this will also allow you to access loaned items if you use physical resources. Please see our guide on Using 'Library Search' for E-Journals, E-Books and other Scholarly Content.

Note - to use a personal profile in other individual database/platform (e/g. SCOPUS, Web of  Science, Emerald, etc.) - firstly log in as usual using your UoL (MWS) login, then visit the individual database or platform, you can then register an individual profile, then log into that individual database/platform using the profile credentials you registered, you can then access any personal settings/ bookmarks stored.

We provide a dedicated E-Learning Librarian to assist you in using Library resources. If you have any problems using the Library or technical problems, please see the Support area of the Library for Online Programmes. Also see our guides, videos, tutorials and Library Training Module available via the Library for Online Programmes.

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