Entries by Adam Say


MASSOLIT provides high-quality videos presented by academics which aim to provide something for students who want to push themselves and to engage with interesting ideas and critical discussions. Video cover a range of topic areas across the following subjects: Philosophy English Classics Politics Psychology History Link here



Artstor provides a complete image resource in a wide array of subjects with the breadth and depth to add context beyond the confines of your discipline. With approximately 300 collections composed of over 2.5 million images (and growing), scholars can examine wide-ranging material such as Native American art from the Smithsonian, treasures from the Louvre, […]


Open Book Publishers

Open Book Publishers are the leading independent Open Access publisher in the Humanities and Social Sciences in the UK: a not-for-profit Social Enterprise run by scholars who are committed to making high-quality research freely available to readers around the world. Their site currently offers 173 EBooks that cover a broad range of subjects. Link for […]


Despite its title, JSTOR Secondary Schools Collections is a specially created package of over 2,700 archival journals and four primary source collections covering the arts, sciences, and business that contains a range of content that will be useful for Barton Peveril students. Username: jcs010 Password: Hypothesis Currently available until 20th May 2020. Link for access.

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Project Muse

Advertising, Arts, Criminology, Drama and Theatre Studies, English, Film, History, Law, Mathematics, Medicine, Music, Philosophy, Photography, Politics, Religious Studies, Science, Sociology, Sport A large number of universities and other academic institutions are making eBooks and digital journals and articles freely accessible via Project Muse. At present, there are 15000 + books and 230 + journals available, with more being added regularly These resources cover a great variety of subjects and topics. Visit […]

Biochemical Society journals

Portland Press is suspending paywalls on all content published across the Biochemical Society’s seven journals until further notice. This means access to articles will be freely available to all, whether working remotely or in a laboratory, across the globe. This range of research and review journals includes these titles: Biochemical Journal – a leading bioscience journal publishing […]

Royal Society of Chemistry OA

As well as more general, practical and analytical educational resources including an interactive periodic table, The Royal Society of Chemistry provides a range of international Gold Open Access journals that publish good quality research – these are openly accessible to all. and cover a range of chemistry topic areas. The six key titles are: Chemical […]


ProQuest EBooks

ProQuest EBooks are now available for unlimited borrowing – meaning you will no longer have to wait to borrow an EBook. Proquest Ebook Central is home to titles from the JISC eBooks for FE project, which aims to give sixth form students free online access to important books for their studies. Titles available cover a […]

ClickView Videos

ClickView is a video content learning resource platform that currently provides free access to content for AS and A Level subjects (while lockdown is in place) including: Art & Design Biology Business Chemistry Economics English Geography History Music Physics Psychology Personal Development, Careers, Health and Study Skills We are currently unsure of how long we […]


Financial Times – Student Access

Free access to FT.com can help students with relevant and fresh ideas for essays, exams, extra-curricular activities and in interviews. Universities and employers confirm that broader general knowledge helps the best candidates stand out. With the help of teachers, FT.com highlights and guides readers to FT journalism that can enrich education and help prepare students […]