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Available exclusively to library members, you can access most of these online resources at home, simply by following the link and entering your Bexley Library card number.

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Britannica- The world's most famous encyclopaedia, now available in your own home

BWOL Logo The British Way of Life - An easy to use, comprehensive program to help new arrivals understand the British way of life.


Career Active- Whether you’re looking for your first job, planning a change of career or returning to work after a break, CareerActive will give you access to brilliant advice and information.


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Cobra – The Complete Business Reference Adviser - Information on how to start and run a business, write a business plan and find grants. Available at home via your library card or within Bexley Libraries.

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Issues Online- Useful articles summarising over sixty topics for school projects and general interest. Includes key facts and statistics, newspaper archives and research guides.

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Life in Great Britain- Help and guidance on the UK Citizenship test

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Oxford Dictionary of National Biography - Biographies of the people who shaped the history of the British Isles and beyond

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Oxford English Dictionary - The definitive record of the English language

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Oxford Music Online - Oxford music reference products online

TTP Website Logo Theory Test Pro- Practice for your theory test any time. Includes hazard perception clips and all the test questions.
Which? logo Which?  - Test reports and other consumer news and information. Available by visiting any Bexley Library. Please ask staff for access.


Access to Research

Access to Research gives free, walk-in access to over 30 million academic articles in participating public libraries across the UK.

You can now access many of the world’s best academic papers from leading publishers who have made their journal content available for free.

Start now by viewing which articles and journals are available from home, then visit one of our libraries to view the full text.

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