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JSTOR – expanded set of content freely available now TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | I’m delighted to let you know that JSTOR, and their participating publishers, are making an expanded set of content freely available to participating institutions where students have been displaced due …Continue reading →

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E-Resource trials ending soon TAGS: | | | | Less than 1 week left to try out some potential new e-resources. Elgar Advanced Introductions to Law Introductions to major fields in Law. Designed to be accessible yet rigorous, they …Continue reading →

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JSTOR – Arts and Science XV available TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | We now subscribe to the Arts and Science XV package from JSTOR.  Arts & Sciences XV has extensive coverage in the humanities, social sciences and sciences, including literature, film, art, music, religion, …Continue reading →

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Open Book Publishers Library Membership TAGS: | | | The Library has recently taken out membership to Open Book Publishers (OBP).  OBP are an open access publisher, primarily for humanities and social sciences but now expanding into other disciplines.  …Continue reading →

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Mass Observation Parts III and IV now available TAGS: | | | | | We have recently purchased two extra collections within Mass Observation – Mass Observation Parts III and IV.  Access this resource via the database A-Z list and DiscoverEd. Detailed information about …Continue reading →

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Still places available at Searching Research Literature and Managing Bibliographies 27 March TAGS: | | | | | There’s still time to book a place on Searching Research Literature and Managing Bibliographies course run by the Institute for Academic Development for College of Humanities and Social Sciences postgraduate …Continue reading →

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Default utility Image Responding to a National Crisis: Social Work at Times of Great Need (illustrated with images from the University’s art collection) We find ourselves living through remarkable times....
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