Library & Resources

The Institute's complete collection of records, videos, publications and books.

Access over 130 years of IMarEST history

From this page you can access all of our conference proceedings, journal papers and magazine articles, all of which are hosted on our Library.

To access the complete collection, members should ensure they are logged in when accessing the Library by using the 'login' button in the top-right of the Library's homepage.

You can also view some recordings of branch and Special Interest Group webinars and lectures, plus conference sessions and other events on IMarEST TV - exclusive to members.



View webinars, conferences and lectures from IMarEST members and partners around the world.



Browse our portfolio of books and purchase at a discount via our partner's online shop.



Access our two technical journals, plus a selection of external journals only available to members.



View our latest publications including technical reports, guidance for members and more.

IMarEST proceedings FAQs

Please note all IMarEST proceedings are accessible on our Library. Members should ensure they are logged in to the Library to view proceedings from before 2017.

Are IMarEST proceedings open access?

Yes, all IMarEST proceedings since 2017 are open access. This ensures that the research we bring together through our conferences can be accessed, read and cited by others, with the goal of enriching understanding and accelerating progress.

We are a member of Crossref, enabling us to issue Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) to all conference proceedings published since 2017.

Subject to publishers’ copyright policy, all new IMarEST conference proceedings are published using an appropriate Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC-BY), with this being stated with the record’s data where possible. The IMarEST does not charge authors for hosting their papers open access.

How can I find proceedings in print?

Some of our older conference proceedings are available in print as part of the IMarEST Collection at Lloyd's Register Foundation's Heritage & Education Centre in London, which is open to the public. 

A selection of past proceedings are available to buy in print from an approved third-party supplier, Curran Associates.