**Page description appears here**

OpenAthensEnabled services

John Benjamins e-Platform       
 New resource
John Benjamins e-Platform
Justis CELEX & Official Journal C       
 New resource
The information contained in CELEX is drawn from each of the principal institutions of the European Union: the Commission, Council, Parliament and Court of Justice, making it the foundation of all the databases derived from the activities of the EU.
Justis E&W Judgments Complete (Civil & Criminal)       
 New resource
England and Wales Civil Appeal Judgments, Archive, 1951-1989; England and Wales Civil Appeal Judgments, Current, 1993-date; England and Wales Criminal Appeal Judgments, Archive, 1963-1989
Justis Immigration Appeal Reports       
 New resource
Incorporating into the higher English courts the application of European Union law and the European Convention on Human Rights, along with all manner of domestic legislation.
Justis Session Cases Archive       
 New resource
Incorporating into the higher English courts the application of European Union law and the European Convention on Human Rights, along with all manner of domestic legislation.
Justis Singapore Academy Complete       
 New resource
Justis Singapore Academy Complete
Proxy iKNiTO       
 New resource
Proxifyes the resources available via IP range
Respiratory Care .       
Provided via the Athens Managed Proxy Service  New resource
Respiratory Care
Thieme E-Products       
 New resource
Thieme is a STM publisher promoting the latest advancements in clinical practice, publishes the latest research findings, advocates medical education and is known for the high quality of its books, journals, and electronic products.

NOTE: The services listed on this page use either OpenAthens or Shibboleth/SAML methods and protocols to pass user and subscriber information. Broadly, for OpenAthens services librarians may need to register their OrgID as their subscriber identity. For Shibboleth/SAML services librarians will need to register their EntityID and Scope as their subscriber identity, this is described in more detail here. Customers can find their OrgID, EntityID and Scope here.

Librarians may want to create customer specific access URLs to link their patrons directly to these resources for their convenience - details of how to do this can be found here.