*Available 24/7 from your computer, smartphone or tablet. You will need your library card number. If you are not a member of the library you can join online.
**Only available in libraries.
**Access to Research - Free access to published research from academic journals and conferences.
**Ancestry - Search your family history using a selection of UK censuses, parish records and other national and international databases.
**Bookdata - Database of book titles in print, forthcoming and recently out of print in the UK and Ireland.
*Britannica Library - The world famous encyclopaedia available in 3 versions:
**British Newspaper Archive - Regional historical newspapers from the British Library collection. You will first need to register with the British Newspaper Archive. When you next log in, you will be able to access the archive and a personal 'My Research' area.
Clubs and societies - database of local organisations.
*COBRA - The Complete Business Reference Adviser. It is a continually expanding business database with information about starting and running a small business with access to around 4,000 factsheets, market reports, contacts, funding resources and help and support.
*Dictionary of National Biography - Information on over 60,000 people from around the world who have helped to shape Britain's past.
Family Information Service - Search for childcare or family activities and support.
Find a job (formerly Universal Jobmatch) - Search and apply for full or part-time jobs in Great Britain.
**Find My Past - Trace your ancestry and build a family tree by researching extensive UK birth records, census data, obituaries and more. Please note that our subscription does not include access to the British Newspaper Archive.
Government Gateway - Register to use online government services.
*Illustrated London News - The world's first illustrated weekly newspaper published from 1842.
*Issues Online - Provides a wide range of information on contemporary social issues, for example, alcoholism, discrimination and euthanasia.
*John Johnson Collection - A collection of ephemera from the Bodleian Library offering unique insights into the changing nature of everyday life in Britain.
Learn My Way - Free courses on using a computer, browsing the web, sending an email and finding work online.
Legislation - Access to all UK legislation.
**London Gazette - Official, regulatory and legal information published every week day in the form of individual notices.
Maps - National historical OS maps.
*MyWorkSearch - Online toolkit that helps jobseekers find job opportunities. Also contains a job finder and a CV builder. You will need to sign up in the library for an individual account to access this resource.
National Rail Enquiries - Find train times.
*Oxford Dictionary of family names in Britain and Ireland - Provides definitions and historical usage of all surnames. It is available through Oxford Reference. You will need to sign in with your library card number when using this resource from home.
*Oxford Dictionaries - Dictionaries and thesauruses, expert advice on style, usage, grammar and spelling. Plus specialist guides for legal and technical writing.
*Oxford English Dictionary - The history of the English language and its usage.
*Oxford Reference - Over 300 reference works including dictionaries, quotations, thesauri, timelines, maps, flags and encyclopaedias.
Past Pictures - Over 13,000 images of West Sussex.
*PressReader - Access to over 7,000 UK and international digital newspapers and magazines for free.
RBdigital - Download eMagazines. Browse our collection including Good Food, Ideal Home, Total Film and many more.
Royal Mail - Find a postcode.
*Theory Test Pro - A realistic online simulation of the UK's driving theory test. It contains the entire official test questions licensed from the Driving Standards Agency. You will need to sign up for an individual account to access this resource.
*Times Digital Archive - Contains every issue of The Times published between 1785-2014.
**Which? Online - Access to reports, buying guides and recent research on consumer products.
*Who’s Who and Who Was Who - Directory of the noteworthy and influential, both in the UK and worldwide.