Available exclusively to library members, you can access most of these online resources, at home simply by following the link and entering your Bromley Library card number.
The British Way of Life - The British Way of Life is an easy to use, comprehensive program to help new arrivals understand the British way of life.
Cobra – The Complete Business Reference Adviser - Information on how to start and run a business, write a business plan and find grants etc. Available at home via your library card or within Bromley Libraries.
Company REFS (Really Essential Financial Statistics) - the UK's leading stock selection tool, with a wealth of investment facts and figures you won't find together in any other single source.Updated quarterly and available at the Central Library in paper form. Please ask staff.
|Issues Online - Useful articles summarising over sixty topics for school projects and general interest giving key facts, key statistics, lobby group links, newspaper archives, reference sites and research guides.|
|John Johnson Collection – Thousands of pictures & prints about daily life in Britain in the last 300 years.|
|Life in Great Britain - Help and guidance on the UK Citizenship test.|
|Newsbank - What the papers say about topics of interest.|
Oxford Reference - 19 reference titles searchable via a single search
|Oxford Art Online - Grove Art Online, the Benezit Dictionary of Artists, and other Oxford art reference resources.|
|Oxford Music Online - Oxford music reference products online.|
|Oxford Dictionary of National Biography - Biographies of the people who shaped the history of the British Isles and beyond.|
|Oxford Dictionaries - Oxford's English language dictionary, thesaurus and usage guides.|
|Oxford English Dictionary - Guide to the meaning, history and pronunciation of 600,000 words past and present.|
|The Times Digital Archive - The Times from 1785 to 2009|
Universal Skills - everything you need to know about Universal Credit processes and payments, Universal Job match and Basic IT skills.
|Who's Next - When children ask: “Who can I read next?” or “Who writes like my favourite author?” the answers are here in Who Next…? Writers of children’s fiction are listed with suggestions of other authors who write in a similar way, together with key book and series titles.|
|Who's who - Information on significant British people past and present since 1897.|
|Which? - Test reports and other consumer news and information. Available by visiting any Bromley Library, please ask staff for access.|
|World Book - An Excellent Online Encyclopedia for Kids and Adults.|