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Visitors guide to the Library

Alumni online resources - links to access resources

NB Alumni online resources access does not include the full range of resources available to currently enrolled students due to licensing restrictions.

NB If accessing using Chrome please right click on the links below and select 'open link in incognito window'

JSTOR Alumni - a shared digital library, largely concentrating on social sciences and the humanities. It currently includes more than 1,700 academic journals, along with many other materials.  You can create your own Jstor account after logging in with your barcode and PIN. Click on 'Register' and then wait for confirmation email from Jstor before proceeding.

Business Source Alumni Edition - Please get in touch for details. (If you made your account before Jan 2020 and you need the new password, please contact us)

- providing business magazines and journals including publications in marketing, management, MIS, POM, accounting, finance, econometrics, economics and more.

Plus a list of other resources covering a wide range of subjects:

American Institute of Physics American Society of Civil Engineers Annual Reviews
Bloomsbury & Faber Collection Brill Online Journals Churchill Archive
Duke University Press GeoScience World IOS Press Content Library
Project Muse Sage Journals Sage Research Methods
SIAM Journals Online Walter de Gruyter  

Alumni online resources - request form

Register for access to alumni online library resources using the Alumni Online Resources Request Form

University of Exeter alumni may register for free access to a limited range of online resources (not to be used for commercial or business purposes).

NB Alumni online resources access does not include the full range of resources available to currently enrolled students due to licensing restrictions.

Alumni borrowing - request form

Apply for library borrowing membership by completing the Application to become a Library Borrower. This membership allows you to:


  • Borrow 4 items at one time
  • Access alumni online resources (without having to register separately, as above)

Alumni access at Forum Library

Alumni and other registered external visitors are welcome to use the Forum Library.  Visitors should use the library during staffed hours which are currently:

9.00 - 6.00 Monday to Friday at Forum library

10.00 - 6.00 Saturdays to Sundays at Forum library

10.00 - 4.00 Monday to Friday at St Luke's Library (Haighton)

9.00 - 6.00 Monday to Friday at Old Library (enquiries to staff at Forum library)

Please email in advance of your visit if you have any special requirements.

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