The eResources index lists the consortially-licensed online resources available to the Ontario college libraries through OCLS.
The resource pages listed below provide general product information only. Details about OCLS's consortial offers and the colleges' subscriptions are available in ERMA to logged-in users. Visit the Offers & Trials area of ERMA for information about OCLS's consortial offers.
|Historical Newspapers: Globe & Mail||
Digitized editions of every issue of The Globe and Mail (formerly The Globe) from 1844 to 2016.
|IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package (ASPP)||
Provides access to the IEEE's core collection of engineering, electronics, and computer science periodicals.
|Informit Indigenous Collection||
Covers both topical and historical issues within Indigenous studies.
|Gibson Library Connections|
|Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) on Ovid||
An evidence-based resource consisting of literature reviews, recommended practices, and information sheets, designed to help medical professionals provide the best possible patient care.
|Wolters Kluwer Health|
|Kanopy Streaming Video||
"A large, curated catalog of educational, entertaining, and enriching films."
A family of library management software in the cloud, including the original library website solution: LibGuides.
Marketline Advantage access to a comprehensive collection of company, industry and country information, extending across 200+ countries and every major industry sector. It contains in-depth information on over 100,000 public and private companies, market data for 150 consumer products, industry event calendars and news feeds.
|Media Names & Numbers||
A Canadian media directory.
A consortial bundle of to support research in subjects such as education, environmental studies, medicine history, and literature.
|Nexis Uni / QuickLaw||
Provides access to the most comprehensive collection available of case law, legislation, exclusive current awareness services, expert commentary and more.
The NFB CAMPUS collection of films has over 3,700 documentaries, films and animations and is growing every month.
|National Film Board of Canada (NFB)|
|Nursing & Allied Health||
A "comprehensive resource for students, instructors, researchers, and healthcare professionals."
An consortial bundle of Gale OneFile (previously InfoTrac) databases on a wide variety of subjects.
Negotiated through OLRN, this is a package of nursing-related resources including online journals, ebooks, and databases.
|Wolters Kluwer Health|
|Oxford UP Online Resources||
Oxford University Press databases and online resources available under an offer with Consortia Canada.
|Passport / Research Monitor||
Business information resources providing research on industries, countries and consumers worldwide.
|Project MUSE eJournals||
Humanities and social sciences ejournals.
A collection more than 30 databases covering business, health, medical, social sciences, arts and humanities, education, science and technology, and religion.
|ProQuest Ebook Subscriptions||
Subscription collections available through a consortial offer, including College Complete and the Canada Ebook Collection.
APP's platform for their online content, including the DSM-5 and several ejournals and ebooks.
|American Psychiatric Publishing|
RDA Toolkit is an integrated, browser-based, online product that allows users to interact with a collection of cataloging-related documents and resources including RDA: Resource Description and Access.
|American Library Association (ALA)|
Provides health care students and professionals with web access to the most current Canadian drug and therapeutic information available.
|Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA)|
"Tech and business content from more than 250 publishers - along with videos, case studies, expert-curated learning paths and self-assessments."
|ScienceDirect College Edition||
Provides dedicated ejournal and ebook subject packages in the physical, social and health sciences.
Provides online access to national and Ontario business directories.
"Statista.com consolidates statistical data on over 80,000 topics from more than 22,500 sources"
ProQuest's discovery service.