Answered By: Annmarie Lee
Last Updated: Oct 23, 2018     Views: 491

The main Architecture databases are:

Art Full Text  Includes the full text of many archictecture journals

Architects Journal Building Library - The AJ Buildings Library is a digital database that showcases more than 1,900 exemplar projects, most from the last 20 years but including major projects back to 1900. (We don't have full text access to all areas of this resource)

Architecture.com Citations of journal articles,from the RIBA online library catalogue

Design and Applied Arts Index includes citations from several architecture journals.

Digimap Ordnance Survey map data for use within GIS and CAD applications. Allows users to create both simple and customised maps for viewing and printing. **Now includes Ancient/Roam Historic Digimap with maps from the 1840s to the 1990s, and also Environment Roam with Access Land Cover maps.**Please note: you need to register individually. 

RUDI An online resource for guidance and best practice on planning and design in the urban field.
 
JSTOR (Arts and Sciences III) Includes essential titles in the field of the the history and study of art and architecture. Please note that this is not a current issues database.
 
For more information about the library resources visit the Architecture libguide. If you would like help using any of these resources you can book a tutorial with Nancy Jackson, the librarian for Architecture and Design or ask at the Library Help Desk.

 

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