IP Access

Databases under the “IP Access” group are those you DO NOT NEED a “Username” and “Password” or “Access Code” to access, but CANNOT access them from any location.
Access to these databases is ONLY through the University of Benin network, as the databases are IP-based.

Below is a list of IP Access databases.

    This site is an open access to peer reviewed journals devoted to biomedical research. It contains over 140 open access journals covering all areas of biology and medicine, and 143 peer-reviewed research journals. Anyone is free to copy, distribute and display the work, make derivative works, and make commercial use of the work under certain conditions.
  • BioOne (Biological Sciences and related disciplines)
    This site is collected and maintained by the producers of the World Wide Web Library. It lists online journals with free full-text articles in biological sciences and related disciplines.
  • DMJ 100 (Duke Mathematical Journal)
    Duke University Press and Project Euclid offers DMJ 100, the online digital archive of the Duke Mathematical Journal. DMJ 100 was undertaken in response to demands for electronic access to historical mathematical materials. This new resource offers:
    • electronic access to the first 100 volumes of the Duke Mathematical Journal (4,830 articles published between 1935 and 1999);
    • citations that link directly to MathSciNet and Zentralblatt;
    • two layers of full searchability via OCR and Adobe Capture; and
    • articles available in both PDF and DjVu formats.
  • eGranary
    This database was donated by British-Nigeria Educational Trust (BNET). The overwhelming importance of this digital library which contains 14 million documents cannot be overstated. All staff and students have been given unfettered access to this monumental resource.You can access the eGranary digital library by connecting to the Uniben network, then download and install the client software. Click here to download the client software
  • IMF eLibrary
    Text Interface – http://www.elibrary.imf.org
    The IMF eLibrary offers the entire catalogue of over 10,400 publications in various digital formats bundled into collection groupings for easy access. You can access all IMF content in an integrated database environment.IMF collections are categorised under IMF Statistics, Books and Analytical Papers, Publications, and Periodicals and Reports.
    Note: Users can switch between data and text interfaces by using the links at the top left of any screen.
    JSTOR, short for Journal Storage, is a digital library founded in 1995. Originally containing digitized back issues of academic journals, it now also includes books and primary sources, and current issues of journals. JSTOR provides full-text searches of almost 2,000 journals.
  • LexisNexis Databases
    LexisNexis® is a global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions designed specifically for professionals in the legal, risk management, corporate, government, law enforcement, accounting, and academic markets. Across the globe, LexisNexis provides access to billions of searchable documents and records from more than 45,000 legal, news and business sources.
  • ScienceDirect
    ScienceDirect is a leading full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books. There are currently more than 11 million articles/chapters, a content base that is growing at a rate of almost 0.5 million additions per year.
  • Springer Books
    Books from Springer are an unparalleled resource for scientific research. The Springer eBook collection delivers complete access to the largest single publisher collection of scientific, technical and medical publications (STM) available today.
    Close to 200,000 Books available in print and online
    Thousands of new reference works, monographs, briefs, proceedings, textbooks, and eBook Series titles every year
    The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library (TEEAL) is a digital collection of research journals for agriculture and related sciences. Launched in 1999, it is a self-contained agricultural research library with full-text articles and graphics of over 200 major journals. TEEAL is a project of Cornell University’s Albert R. Mann Library in cooperation with over 60 major scientific publishers, societies and index providers. Researchers, students, faculty and librarians can discover and access thousands of full-text PDF articles without the use of the internet.
  • World Bank eLibrary
    World Bank eLibrary is designed to meet the unique needs of researchers and librarians. Now in its 10th year and being relaunched on a new platform, the eLibrary makes access to World Bank research and knowledge faster, easier, and more convenient than ever.
    The new eLibrary offers:
    • Authoritative content on development and current global issues
    • Faster and easier discovery and access
    • Personalization and time-saving tools for users
    • Services and benefits for librariesFor in-depth information on all the powerful tools and resources available through the new eLibrary, take a tour by clicking the link above.