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Middlesex University Malta Library: Databases

What are Journal Databases?

Journal databases are primarily collections of online journals which allow you to access the contents of journals ie. articles. It can be the entire text (full-text) of articles or abstracts (a brief summary) or citations. Many also contain conference proceedings, research papers, newspapers and standards.

Databases are often subject-specific. Example: The ACM Digital Library is the world’s most comprehensive database of full-text articles and bibliographic literature covering computing and information technology.  

The Library subscribes to a large selection of journal databases including several specific to computer science and Business.

Journal databases can usually be searched by subject and more specifically by the author, type of material, article title, publisher, year, language or organisation.

A successful search will provide you with a list of relevant references to articles etc.

Many databases provide full-text articles ie. the  full articles can be read online

Access: UniHub > MyUniHub > MyStudy > MyLibrary > Databases

LinkedIn Learning


LinkedIn Learning is part of the LinkedIn network. It is a website packed full of videos, tutorials and fully-curated courses taught by recognised industry experts. 

As a Middlesex University student or member of staff, you have free access to this valuable resource, with which you can learn new businesstechnology and creative skills to achieve your personal and professional goals.  Use your subscription to this website to develop, supplement and enhance your learning and/or professional career at Middlesex University.

Make the most of free access to LinkedIn Learning and your time at Middlesex University, activate your LinkedIn Learning account and connect it to your LinkedIn profile page to:

• retain a permanent record of your learning history
• grow your network of like-minded people
• increase your employment prospects after graduation
To find out more, visit the LinkedIn Learning Subject Guide here:

Warning: if you do not save your learning history on your LinkedIn profile page it cannot be retrieved after graduation.