Search for books and journal articles using the HOLLY (HarperOnline Library) search box located on all library web pages.
You can see how to access our resources off campus in the Guide to signing in off campus
We have around 41,000 books and over 2000 different print journals in the library. You can find out how to search for them on the Finding information in the library page but much of the information you will need for your work is online. We also have access to about 600 e-books.
The Library Blog reports any known problems with accessing resources as well as news about trials of potential new resources and resources we have bought recently.
The best place to search for e-journal articles is HOLLY (Harper Online Library) . It is a Google-like search engine which searches many of our electronic resources at once.
There are a few places which HOLLY cannot search, so you may have to search some resources such as Mintel and ASABE individually. You can find links to all the individual resources on our databases page.
You can find out more on individual resources for your subject area on our subject guides pages.
Many of your assignments will require you to use recent official information from government departments and major organisations such as Natural England. We keep some of this information in the library but the best source is the Internet. Make sure the information is from a reputable source.
We have a large number of e-books, which you can access on HOLLY by searching for Books and more and then selecting 'Available online' from the Availability options on the right of the page. Off campus you will need to log in to My account with your Harper Adams ID and password.
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