Digital technologies

Providing access to quality Digital technologies resources and subject support.

Databases View more

Here are the key databases/online resources to start finding information in your subject area. Click on 'View more' to go to the full listing for the Library, and use the filters to find more for this subject and others.

Temporary access to digital resources during COVID-19

Temporary access to additional resources is now available to support students and staff during the Covid-19 pandemic. In light of the current movement restrictions, the Library has worked with a number of publishers and content providers who have opened up some or all of their digital content to support our students and academic staff during this period.

The list includes content that the Library may not currently subscribe to. It is important to note that these resources are only available because of the exceptional situation we are currently facing, and the Library will not be able to make many of these resources available after the period of free access. There is no guarantee that publishers will continue to make content freely available and may remove access to the additional, unsubscribed content without notice. Normal licence restrictions apply.

Books Catalogue

The shelf marks tell you where you can browse for books on popular topics in the Library (the level is for the Library in Loughborough). Click on ‘Catalogue’ to search for specific books and check their availability.

Subject / title Pilkington level Shelfmark
Computer networks 2 004.6
Big data 2 005.74
Cyber security 2 005.8
Artificial intelligence 2 006.3
Multimedia applications 2 006.7
Wireless networking 1 621.384
Digital marketing 1 658.872

Videos View more

Use the videos to learn more about some resources or finding information.

Frequently asked questions View more

Here are some of the most popular questions asked by students in this subject. If you have a different question, check 'View more' or ask your Academic Librarian.

How do I reference correctly for my school or department?

You need to find out which referencing style your lecturer, supervisor or marker is expecting you to use.  This information is usually in a school or department handbook and in Learn. If you get stuck, contact your Academic Librarian.

How can I improve my writing style?

If you would like help with your writing style, the Academic Language Support Service offer workshops which might take place within your modules or which you can sign up to attend separately.  You can also visit Learn module LUA014: Academic Writing Support for some useful tips and guidance.