The digital revolution has profoundly transformed academic research and information access through e-resources, offering unparalleled convenience, accessibility, and depth of content to researchers, scholars, students, and professionals globally. Gone are the days of relying solely on physical libraries; now, a wealth of scholarly material is just a few clicks away, accessible anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected device. This accessibility has democratized knowledge, fostering global collaboration and exchange of ideas. Universities, research institutions, and academic publishers have fully embraced e-resources, providing a diverse range of materials spanning scholarly journals, books, conference proceedings, research reports, datasets, and multimedia resources to meet the diverse needs of users.

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E-resources have significantly transformed the landscape of academic research and information access, offering an extensive array of materials conveniently accessible online. Here's a brief overview of some prominent e-resources available on the websites of various universities and institutions:

  1. Oxford University Press
    Oxford University Press is the oldest University Press in the English-speaking world. Oxford University press is popularly known as OUP among the academic community and has department called Oxford academic. Oxford academics publish journals, academic monographs, handbooks and other resources related to higher education study and research through their popular portal called Oxford Academic (oup.com). The platform consists of 375+ journals with 40000+ eBooks and academic monograph.National Law University Meghalaya has access to the following platform for eBooks in the campus for unlimited concurrent access.
    Emerald Publishing is a pioneering digital-first publisher renowned for over 50 years for championing innovative research that drives real-world impact. With a commitment to fostering fresh perspectives and collaboration between academia and practitioners, Emerald strives to support the evolving needs of scholars facing increasing pressures and changing expectations. Beyond traditional metrics, such as citations, Emerald focuses on challenging conventional wisdom and promoting research that addresses pressing global challenges, aligning closely with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Originally founded in 1967 to advance business and management research, Emerald now spans diverse disciplines including health, social care, criminology, public policy, and engineering, managing a robust portfolio that includes nearly 300 journals, over 4,000 books, and more than 2,700 teaching cases.
    Hein Online is a premier online database containing more than 194 million pages & 200,000 titles of legal history and government documents available in an online, fully-searchable, image-based format. HeinOnline bridges the gap in legal history by providing comprehensive coverage from inception of more than 2,500 law-related periodicals. It also contains the entire Congressional Record, federal Register, and Code of Federal Regulations, complete coverage of the U.S. Reports back to 1754 & much more.
    Bloomsbury Collections is our eBooks platform containing over 20,000 eBooks spread across Law, Humanities Social Sciences, Applied & Visual Arts, Fashion, Design & Architecture, etc. It features content from the latest research publications, as well as a 100+ year’s legacy including Berg, Continuum, Bristol Classical Press, Hart Publishing, T&T Clark, I.B. Tauris, Zed Books, Arden Shakespeare, Fairchild Publishing, AVA, and I.B. Tauris etc.
    Taylor & Francis is a comprehensive digital library offering scholarly content across a wide range of academic disciplines. With access to thousands of titles from leading experts and researchers, it provides valuable resources for students, educators, and professionals seeking authoritative and up-to-date information.”
  6. WILEY
    Wiley, founded in 1807, stands as the largest society publisher globally, boasting a wealth of content. Over half of all Nobel Laureates worldwide have published with Wiley. Operating across 32 offices in the USA, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, Wiley serves major institutions like IITs, NITs, AIIMS, IIMs, IISERs, IISCs, ISIs, universities, and others, providing extensive educational and research resources.
  7. JSTOR
    JSTOR is a Digital Library. The name JSTOR was originally derived from a shortening of the phrase “Journal Storage.” The main objectives of JSTOR is to provide a digital archive of academic journals to libraries and researchers.
    EBC Reader is an extensive E-Library specifically curated for law students, offering a vast array of resources including over 500 EBC Titles such as "Civil Procedure" by C.K. Takwani and "Law of Arbitration & Conciliation" by Avtar Singh, along with more than 250 Bare Acts, 15+ Law Journals, and Legal Manuals. It also provides practical insights through the Practical Lawyer Magazine since 2016 and includes books on general interest. Recent additions from Bharat Law House expand its collection with over 150 titles covering essential topics like "Law of Crimes" by Ratanlal & Dhirajlal and "Taxation Law" by Jyoti Rattan, alongside comprehensive Bare Acts and Ready Reckoners on topics like Direct Taxes and Company Law. EBC Reader stands as a comprehensive digital repository catering comprehensively to legal education and professional needs.
  9. Cambridge University Press
    Cambridge University Press, the publishing division of the University of Cambridge, has been in existence since 1534. Its mission is to unlock people's potential through top-tier learning and research solutions. The Press aims to inspire a global culture of learning and research, providing high-quality content and continually improving customer experiences. Profits are reinvested to further the University's mission. Committed to innovation, Cambridge University Press ensures accessibility of its scholarly resources in various formats worldwide. Through Cambridge Core, it offers libraries and institutions access to e-books and e-journals, facilitating the widespread dissemination of leading academic research.
  10. SCC Online
    SCC Online is a comprehensive legal research platform in India that has been a trusted source for legal information for 75years. The platform offers a wide array of legal resources including legal commentaries, Statutory Law and Law Reports. SCC Online is the most cited law report by the Supreme Court of India.