Access to Research - more than 1.5million academic articles from over 8,400 scholarly journals. Ideal for students and researchers. Topics include science, health, business, engineering, politics, art, history... Free access to a wealth of high quality, high level information.
Ancestry is the worlds largest online collection of family history records and resources, including the UK and Ireland Census collection and the England and Wales Civil Registration Index 1837 - present. It is available free of charge in all Telford and Wrekin libraries. Use the link on your library computer desktop.
Britannica Online - search the online version of this excellent multi-volume encyclopedia. Britannica is now available in age-specific versions, Britannica Junior (5-11 years), Britannica Student (12-18 years) and Encyclopaedia Britannica (ages 18 and up). Just click on one of the images above.
Britannica Spotlights - information on key homework themes and seasonal topics for primary aged children. Facts and links plus quizzes, puzzles and colouring-ins in the Activity Centre.
Britannica Study Guide - a collection of activities aimed at students of secondary age and older to help with essay-writing skills as well as some fun puzzles.
Oxford Bibliographies provides faculty and students alike with a seamless pathway to the most accurate and reliable resources for a variety of academic topics. Every article in our database is an authoritative guide to the current scholarship, written and reviewed by academic experts, with original commentary and annotations.
Oxford Dictionaries Pro provides quick search access to online dictionaries focussing on current language for definitions of words, phrases, thesaurus and expert guidance on writing skills.
Theory Test Pro contains the entire Driving Standards Agency official test questions in the same format as the official test. It also includes the online version of the Highway Code and a Hazard Perception simulator.
Times Digital Archive - 200 years of history as recorded by The Times newspaper. This is the complete digitised version showing actual pages of full text articles, photographs, cartoons and adverts and it is fully searchable.
Which? are a consumer rights group who have been offering independent advice and campaigning on behalf of consumers for more than 50 years. Which? offer consumer advice on washing machines, laptops and tablets, televisions, fridge freezers, vacuum cleaners and many other items. Available at Wellington Library. Access is by username and password so you will need to ask a member of staff to log you on.