Here you will find a list of eResources you can access using your Fife College login. Discover online journals, ebooks, images, videos and much more to help you with your studies.

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  • Full text access to journals and magazines covering all subjects. Includes the New Scientist and video news footage from Associated Press (a leading world news agency) Alternatively, access with the EBSCO mobile app available from your app store.
  • Includes an A-Z of Scotland's public sector organisations
  • Access to 100,000 video, image and sound recordings includes MediaPlus (formerly JISC MediaHub) and Teachers TV.
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  • Access BBC TV and radio programmes about Shakespeare's plays, sonnets and poems. You need to register for an account to view.
  • Search an archive of over 2 million TV and radio broadcasts
  • Access to current and back issued of the British Journal of Learning Disabilities’
  • Collection of recordings including music, spoken word and human and natural environments.
  • This database provides access to the searchable full text of hundreds of periodicals from the late seventeenth century to the early twentieth, comprising millions of high-resolution facsimile page images. 
  • A collection of British Standards available for study purposes (read only access). To view a British Standard click on 'Quick view'.
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  • Online access to back copies of the Chemistry Review Journal. Access is via ilearn.
  • is an online platform designed to advise students on how to reference correctly across eight referencing styles. Visit for more information.
  • A free online maths course from JISC available on You Tube.  The course is aimed at SCQF level 5.
  • Resource from the University of West England with lots of information on building construction past and present.
  • A collection of reference books including dictionaries and encyclopaedias. 
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  • Brings performance directly into the classroom, library and lecture hall. We bring you 800+ filmed productions, practitioner interviews, and a wide range of written introductory/contextual materials.
  • DOAB is a community-driven discovery service that indexes and provides access to scholarly, peer-reviewed open access books and helps users to find trusted open access book publishers.
  • Plays and materials relevant to theatre studies. Fife College students and staff have access to the following Collections:- Bloomsbury & Faber- Nick Hern books- Oberon books
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  • Early European Books traces the history of printing in Europe from its origins through to the close of the seventeenth century, offering full-colour, high-resolution facsimile images of rare and hard-to-access printed sources. 
  • Ebooks covering all subjects, includes the JISC Ebook FE Collection.
  • This ebooks collection contains more than 10,000 e-books from leading UK publishers and authors. A comprehensive resource for Further Education (FE) spanning many subject areas. Alternatively, access with the EBSCO mobile app available from your app store.
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  • Access the current and back issues of Fine Woodworking on the Digital magazine platform Flipster. To read issues on your mobile, tablet or eReader, download the Flipster app from your App store and login using your college credentials.
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  • Online training resource for hairdressing education. Part of JISC Vocational Resources.
  • Access to Chemistry Review and Sociology Review Magazines. To get access you need to register using the link in iLearn Click here to register
  • Includes over 200,000 House of Commons sessional papers from 1715 to the present, with supplementary material back to 1688.
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  • Information on social issues including mental health, politics and the environment.
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  • Access to the John Johnson Collection of printed ephemera covering advertising, entertainment, crime and popular prints from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
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  • Browse the available selection of physical and digital texts available through the Fife College Library service.
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  • A collection of 10 journals covering nursing, midwifery, allied health, physiotherapy, paramedic sciences and dental nursing.
  • A collection of materials covering the Century of Immigration (1800-1924) when thousands left their home countries to start new lives. The collection includes many primary materials including letters, diaries, oral histories and journal entries detailing their experiences.
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  • Access the current and back issues of Nursery World on the Digital magazine platform Flipster. To read issues on your mobile, tablet or eReader, download the Flipster app from your App store and login using your college credentials.
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  • An excellent resource for students in the Fife area, with access to materials such as Sound on Sound.
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  • Archive of hundred's of journals published in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
  • Online access to back copies of Journal. Access is via iLearn.
  • Contains 33 million citations/abstracts for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full text content from Central and publisher web sites.
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  • Health and Safety videos. Access is via iLearn.
  • Access content and resources from the National Library of Scotland's moving image collection. Clips are available to stream online and cover 100 years of Scottish history.
  • provides educational access to digital materials representing culture and history - good source of images. 
  • Aimed at practitioners working with children and young people with severe learning difficulties. Please note this is currently only available on PCs in the College. Access to back issues 2007 – 2016
  • Online access to back copies of the Sociology Review Journal. Access is via iLearn.
  • Access 2,500 journals covering science, technology, humanities and social sciences.
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  • Online resource for visual arts, includes digital image collection free for educational use.
  • Ebooks available covering all subjects. VLebook titles are also available to search on the
  • The Vogue Archive is part of the ProQuest subscription. The Vogue Archive is a digitised archive of the US Vogue magazine from the 1890's to the present issues. It contains useful resources for fashion and photography as well as those studying culture and gender issues.
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