TV and Radio Programmes record and watch using Box of Broadcasts
Online journal articles on particular topics as well as other online information such as market research reports, OS maps, statistics, newspaper articles etc.
If you need help in finding or searching E-resources please contact your Information Skills Adviser (please see below). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding problems accessing e-resources.
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The Library is subscribed to a huge number of resources from various providers and publishers. Most of the Library resources can be found using the Library Catalogue (left) and the Discovery Service (right) above. These searches return results from multiple databases and collections.
It is also possible to access the collections and 'resource databases' individually by following the links in the boxes below. In some cases, databases can produce better results. However, with discovery, you will have wider coverage across multiple databases.
If you need help with finding resources and using databases, go to our Training and Support page to see learning and development opportunities.
Library supplies its e-books from various providers.
Reading lists are composed by your lecturers and published on your each module page in VLE(Moodle). In your module page, find the box called "Reading Lists" (similar to the image on the right of this page) to access the list.
The lists will include the books, journal articles, websites, podcasts, programmes etc. that your lecturer wants you to read or watch. Your lecturer may also indicate blended learning that should be completed before the next lecture. These can be online materials that you can sign in to access. If they are print materials available in the library, the list will link you through to the library catalogue.
Alternatively, you can go straight to the Reading Lists database here
From here you can search for a module name, a module code, a keyword, or an academic.