The FAQs page on the University website is intended to answer the concerns of both staff and students and is being constantly updated to reflect the latest guidance, so please use this as your primary source of information.
McClay, Biomedical and Medical Libraries
Throughout this period, your Subject Librarian is available to provide online support.
Current staff and students of Queen's University Belfast can access most e-resources off campus (from home).
When you are accessing e-resources off campus you will need to use your University login, this is the same username and password you use to access your Queen's University Belfast email and Queen's Online.
You should use QUB Library as a starting point and use the following services to search:
Library Catalogue for e-books, e-journals and databases, e.g. JSTOR, Lexis, Scopus, Web of Knowledge etc.
Article Search for full text articles.
E-Journals A-Z for e-journals.
Databases A-Z for online databases.
Google Scholar for full text articles. How to set up QUB links in Google Scholar from home.
If you have any questions about accessing databases or about which resources Queen's University subscribes to, please contact your Subject Librarian.
If you would like to see information about resources relevant to your area of study please select the appropriate subject from Subject Guides.
Digital Resources at Special Collections provides access to a number of digital platforms accessible off campus including digitised manuscripts and online exhibitions.
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