EDINA develop and deliver shared services and infrastructure for research and education. Contributed as part of the ‘Jisc Family’, these are both high quality and cost-effective, drawing upon knowledge and expertise gained through research, innovation and development.
Accessing EDINA services
Information on authentication and subscription to each service.
Open access platform for orphaned e-journal content from the CLOCKSS Archive Node maintained by the University of Edinburgh
Maps and data, from Ordnance Survey, British Geological Survey, Landmark (historical Ordnance Survey maps), and SeaZone Solutions (marine maps)
Online mapping service for use by teachers and pupils in schools providing provides easy access to a range of current Ordnance Survey maps
Tool to create standards compliant metadata for your geospatial data on GoGeo or export for use in other catalogues
Geo-spatial resource discovery tool for education and research
Weekly index covering articles on agriculture, countryside management, environmental change, equine studies and leisure and tourism
Union catalogue of serials holdings for Scottish universities, Edinburgh and Glasgow city libraries, smaller Scottish research libraries and the National Library of Scotland
EDINA has formed a partnership with the Scottish Government to develop, manage and host a discovery metadata service as a key component of a Scottish Spatial Data Infrastructure, to underpin the Scottish Government's INSPIRE commitments and infrastructure.
Digital version of the first two Statistical Accounts of Scotland, collected in the 1790s and the 1830s
Serials union catalogue for the UK, for locating serials held in UK libraries and a central source of high-quality records for university and college libraries
Socio-technical infrastructure supporting deposit, curation and exposure of Open Access research literature
Service for georeferencing placenames and geographic data searching
Cooperative of libraries locally maintaining e-journal archives; EDINA provides technical and organisational support