How to access e-resources (Partner Staff)

You have been given a University of Sunderland User ID and password which enables you to access Sunderland e-resources (where licences allow). Your partner staff account does have some differences from student accounts due to licence restrictions. Watch our welcome video below for an introduction to library access for partner staff. We've also shared video about how to search for e-resources using Library Searches..

Welcome Video for partner staff

How to search for ebooks and journal articles

The videos in the playlist below demonstrate how to find ebooks and journal article using Library Search. Remember that partner staff access provides access to a subset of e-resources so there may be some items where you cannot read the full text. More information on what you can access is below.

What resources can partner staff access?

Teaching staff and librarians at partner colleges have access to the following subset of e-resources. You can either access them using Library Search or directly using the links below.  If accessing databases using direct links use the Institutional Login option when logging in.

ACM Digital Library
ACS Publications
Cite them Right Online
Ebooks (via the Library Catalogue)
EBSCO Databases
Euromonitor Passport
Journal Citation Reports
Science Direct

Useful information for partner staff


Why am I unable to access Sunderland Library e-resources with my User ID and password?

Training for Partner Staff

You can book a one-to-one or group training session that will take place via Microsoft Teams.  Click here to find out more.

Library Induction Resources

We've shared a University Library Powerpoint that partner staff can re-use. There is also an online induction tutorial with embedded videos and interactivities. Click here to find out more.

Organise a Library webinar for students

University Library staff are happy to offer real time sessions on using library e-resources to students as part of induction or to support a specific module. Click here to find out more.