Need some help with your homework or tracing your family history? Need to check the spelling of a word, source a quotation or consult an encyclopaedia? Or find an article that's been published? Or maybe you need support with a start-up or new business. Help is at hand.
If you're a library member of Glasgow Libraries you can access all of our online resources from your local library or The Mitchell. You can also use many of them from home or work by entering your library card number - just follow the links below.
If you're not already a member join online and you can get access straight away.
19th Century British Library Newspapers
48 UK titles giving a detailed view of life in 19th century Britain. Scottish titles include The Glasgow Herald, Aberdeen Journal, Dundee Courier and Caledonian Mercury. Full text searching. Fantastic resource for genealogists and historians.
Ancestry brings your family's past to life…census; immigration records; births, deaths and marriages.
If you're not already a member join online and get access to many of our resources straight away.
Gale Literature Resource Center
The world’s most current, comprehensive - and reliable - literature database with biographical entries, articles, journals, reviews, literary criticism, full text-poems, plays and interviews. Fabulous tool for students - and teachers. Or anyone interested in books and authors.
Grants for Individuals and Trustfunding
The Directory of Social Change (DSC) is an independent charity which provides essential information and training to the voluntary sector to enable charities to achieve their mission. The library subscribes to 2 of their databases:
Grants for Individuals
Contains details of grant givers who provide funding for individuals, as opposed to funding for projects or groups of people. Funds are available for welfare and education.
All the information you need to make applications to the trusts most likely to fund your cause and increase your fundraising success. trustfunding.org.uk is the first choice for fundraisers and the best-selling trustfunding resource.
Available in the Mitchell Library (General Services department)
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Oxford English Dictionary
Search the authoritative dictionary of the English language.
Oxford Reference Online
and get immediate access to our online resources
An award winning database, combining 30 of ProQuest's most popular databases covering over 160 subject areas including business, science and technology, medicine and health, literature and language, society, culture, the arts, history, and more.
ProQuest: Historical Newspapers - The Scotsman (1817 - 1950)
Full text searching. Results available in PDF format. Fantastic resource for genealogists and historians.
The ultimate archive of music journalism contains classic articles on artists from Aaliyah to ZZ Top, on all genres from rockabilly to hip hop and by the finest music writers of the last 50 years including Lester Bangs and Nick Kent.
Rock's Backpages also features a library of over 300 audio interviews, including classic conversations with Leonard Cohen, Morrissey, Little Richard, Arthur Lee,
Joni Mitchell, Johnny Cash and Kurt Cobain
360,000 Scottish images & media from museums, galleries, archives and media organisations.
Available in The Mitchell