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Inside Web is a current awareness research tool, which provides remote access to the British Library's Inside database. The database contains details of approximately 20,000 current journals and 100,000 conference proceedings published each year on a range of subjects. Each journal is catalogued at article level and abstracts are provided for 1,000 of these titles. The database covers the years from 1993 to date and is updated daily. The Inside service also allows you to order articles online from any journal held by the British Library (using the Template Order function).

Inside can be used in a number of ways:

Logging into Inside

You must have a username and password to log into Inside.

To register with the trial service, consult your library contact providing the following information: your name; status (academic, research staff or research student); telephone number; fax number; school and email address. A list of library contacts by institution is on page 6 of this document.

When you log in, you will be asked for your username and password. This will take you to the Inside home page. From the home page, click on the Search Selection button.

The Inside URL is:
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You will be assigned an initial entitlement for document ordering. This should only be used to order items not subscribed to by your Library, so please check your Library Catalogue before ordering.

It may be possible to give further allocations of funds if your institution account still has funds available. To add funds to your account, ask your library contact.

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4.50 + copyright fee


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Fax - 12 hour

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Fax - 2 hour

7.50 + copyright fee


8.00 + copyright fee

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Last updated: January 06, 2005
by Claire Ryan, University of Leeds Library