Welcome to WikiProject United Kingdom! Some Wikipedians have formed a Project to improve and organise articles which relate to the United Kingdom. We are dedicated to improving these articles and if you would like to help, please add your name to the participants!
WikiProject United Kingdom was formed with the intent of improving articles and coverage related to the United Kingdom in a fair and accurate manner, with an emphasis on subjects with national significance. Editors are encouraged to also participate in the more regional and/or topic specific UK related projects listed below.
As of 28 November 2015, there are 7004143640000000000♠14,364 articles within the scope of WikiProject United Kingdom, of which 7001950000000000000♠95 are featured. This makes up 0.29% of the articles on Wikipedia and 1.26% of featured articles and lists. Including non-article pages, such as talk pages, redirects, categories, etcetera, there are 7004430280000000000♠43,028 pages in the project.
This page is within the scope of WikiProject United Kingdom, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of the United Kingdom on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.
Material from the following sources are available on subscription databanks. The specific material may be in abstract, citation, or full text format. To obtain information, please send me an e-mail indicating the e-mail address to send to, as well as the specific subject of interest or the title and dates of sources requested, and I will forward what I can find. John Carter (talk) 19:05, 13 February 2011 (UTC)
Most UK public libraries offer their members access to a wide range of online resources which can be accessed from any computer (e.g. at home or work, without having to physically visit the library). These can include The Times archive 1785-1985, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford English Dictionary, 19th-century newspapers, Newsbank (current national and regional newspapers), Encyclopedia Brittanica and more. They also usually offer further databases which are for in-library use only. Find your local library's website and look for "Online resources" or "24 hour library". You will need to join the library, and have a membership number, to use the online resources: some libraries allow you to join online.