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Dissertation prep: resources for writing dissertations TAGS: | | | | | | | | Did you know the library has a list of resources that can help you get started with big research projects such as dissertations? You may feel a bit overwhelmed about …Continue reading →

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Bloomsbury Professional Ebooks: formerly on LexisLibrary TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | We want to alert students to a change we’re dealing with regarding Bloomsbury Professional ebooks which were formerly offered on the LexisLibrary platform.. Unfortunately going forward these will no longer …Continue reading →

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Getting resources not available in the Law Library Collections TAGS: | | | | | | | We often get asked by students how they get access to a particular item that we do not have in the Law Library collection. So here are a few ideas about …Continue reading →

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Resources Lists- what are they and where do I find them? TAGS: | At the start of a new semester it is always a priority to find your course reading material. Many of the Law School courses use Resource Lists to detail the …Continue reading →

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Click & Collect comes to the Law Library TAGS: | | | | | The Law Library now is part of the Click & Collect Service! The Click & Collect service has been expanding since it’s launch in Feb 2021. As of 29th March …Continue reading →

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The problem with ebooks TAGS: | | | | | | | Working and studying through the Coronavirus pandemic has meant that we’re more reliant on ebooks and other electronic resources than ever before. As much as we would have liked for …Continue reading →

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Referencing and Beyond Reading Lists TAGS: | | | | | | | Last week the Law Librarians held a Referencing training session- focussing on OSCOLA! If you didn’t get a chance to come along then don’t worry as we will be uploading …Continue reading →

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SPS have top Resource List of semester one! TAGS: | | Sociology 1A had the most used Resource List of semester one, 2014/15, with an average of 67.3 visits per student. Find out what the course organisers, tutors and students thought …Continue reading →

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Default utility Image A Scottish Witness of the Great Kantō Earthquake To mark the centenary of the Great Kantō Earthquake of 1923, we are publishing a...
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Default utility Image Giving Decorated Paper a Home … Rehousing Books and Paper Bindings In the first post of this two part series, our Collection Care Technician, Robyn Rogers,...
Default utility Image The Book Surgery Part 2: Bringing Everything Together In this blog, Project Conservator Mhairi Boyle her second day of in-situ book conservation training...

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