Our E-Resources are available to all staff and students, and anyone with an active Queen Mary email address. You may be requested to enter your Queen Mary username and password.
General issues with your Queen Mary username and password (those that affect access to QMplus, email or WiFi), should be reported to the IT Helpdesk, by phone at 8888 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For most e-resources, on-campus authentication is seamless, meaning that resources will know you are accessing via the College network and allow access.
A few will still require you to enter your Queen Mary username and password and you will be prompted to do so. For others you may need to register or use the login on the platform page.
You need to register using your QMUL email to access the Economist – register and create a password
You need to register using your QMUL email to access iLaw. Choose ‘Register here’ on the iLaw log-in page then register with your QMUL email and Queen Mary University of London as the company.
When accessing e-resources off-campus it is necessary to authenticate using your Queen Mary username and password. A few resources may still require you to re-enter your Queen Mary username and password, and you will be prompted to do this.
For others you may need to register on your first use:
- i-Law (see 'on campus' instructions above)
- Cochrane Library
- The Economist (see 'on campus' instructions above)
- Trip Pro database (First ‘sign up’ and register with your QMUL email address. Then edit your profile: under Institution select ‘Queen Mary’ and enter the Institution Signup code found in the passwords section, below)
Some resources (such as Box of Broadcasts, and The Financial Times) are now unavailable outside the United Kingdom. If you are experiencing access issues, please contact us at email@example.com
A small number of resources require passwords. Passwords for the following resources can be found on the Selection of logins page:
- Community Dental Health
- IEEE Xplore
- The Art Newspaper
- Investor-State LawGuide
- Trip Pro Database