**Temporary access to additional online content - existing content can be found further down this page.**
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, some of our publishers are temporarily lifting restrictions or providing increased access to their online content to help support universities with remote teaching.
For the period from the 17th century to the 21st, the Library has numerous resources. The most wide ranging of these is Gale Primary Sources, but other more specific archives such as the New York Times and UK Parliamentary Papers are also available.
The following databases are included in the Gale Primary Source platform.
Hundreds of historical journals are available in the following digitized collections.
The University's Foyle Special Collections & Archives consist of rare books, original documents and artefacts which support various teaching and research areas of the University of Roehampton. The collections relate to Friedrich Froebel and the kindergarten, Froebel College, Children's Literature and the children’s book author Richmal Crompton, Dance, and to a number of other areas including Religious Studies.
The Library also subscribes to number of large archive collections that are not freely available online. These can be found on the other pages in this guide.
IHR has compiled this useful list of free online resources.