Guides to help you use the library and find information.
HOLLY is a good place to start to find information on a subject. You need to sign in to read the full text. Use your email address as your user name and your normal Harper password. If you are presented with a further login box when you want to access a full text link, again use your email address as your user name and your normal Harper password.
Accessing articles from databases shows you how to do this.
There are over 150, 000 Ebooks which you can find by searching on HOLLY and limiting your search to Availability: Available online and Resource type: book.
Demonstration of a quick search on HOLLY for recent academic articles on a topic.
This video shows you how to log in to be able to read the full text of a ScienceDirect article on HOLLY, but following these instructions will also allow you to access articles from other publishers on HOLLY. NB from the end of May you now need to use your email address to log into both HOLLY and Athens resources, not just your ID number.
This video shows you how to link Google Scholar to Harper Adams journals to improve full text access.
This video demonstrates searching for an article in the Grocer as an example, but the same technique applies to any journal you can find on HOLLY
As well as HOLLY you have access to lots of specialist databases on useful topics such as market research, law, agriculture, ecology and many others. This video shows you where the list is and how to log into Mintel, a market research database. You use the same method for many of the other databases.
Statista provides statistical data on over 80,000 topics from more than 22,500 sources and has global coverage. This video demonstrates how to search Statista.
A key text for Land Management students, Scammell and Densham is on the Lexis Nexis database. This video shows you how to find it and log in.
Looking for government reports or statistics? This video shows you how to use Google Advanced Search to find them.
Please check that an article isn't available on the internet before placing a request. We may be able to obtain some items from other libraries. This video shows you how to place a request.