BBC Monitoring is a fully searchable digital current affairs resource from the BBC. It observes, understands and explains media throughout the world, providing an accessible and relevant account for you to make better, more informed decisions.
Content and key features
1. Global media monitoring
Reports, news alerts and round-ups
2. Expertise and Research
Media guides for given countries
Biographies and guides to governmental and administrative bodies, social and political organisations, and military and law enforcement forces.
Powerful search offers detailed filters so you can find content by source, by subject, by country or language, and more.
4. Feeds & Notifications
Any search can be saved as a Feed, which will notify you when new content is added that matches that search.
5. Global and Regional Stories
The region and country pages present content specific to those areas, including a full reference section.
Save pieces for later by bookmarking them – from the curated pages, search results, or from the article itself.
7. Help and Guides
Find more information, in-depth guides and FAQs in the comprehensive Help section.
To access the resource:
From within the University, go to BBC Monitoring in the Databases A-Z, follow the link from there, and you will be automatically logged in. Alternatively you can go straight to: https://monitoring.bbc.co.uk. Again, you will be automatically signed in.
From off-campus, click on Sign In (the person icon), then ‘Login via academic institution’. Select Liverpool John Moores University from the list of institutions, then enter your LJMU username and password.