Tag: databases

Introducing your Lexis Library (law eresource) student expert

We are excited to welcome a whole host of new Law students, as well as those lucky second-year Business Students about to start studying the law in their compulsory business law unit.  You will all be happy to hear that

Posted in People, Subjects: Law & Criminology Tagged with: , , ,

Enter the new Westlaw (5 August 2019)

As reported earlier this summer, Westlaw is changing.  While we hope you will enjoy the new interface, if only because you have very little choice in the matter, if you personalise your Westlaw account, there are number of things you

Posted in Services Tagged with: , ,

Westlaw is changing

Westlaw is changing.  On Monday 5 August 2019, the Westlaw interface will change completely.  An early look by our Law subject team has suggested that there will be: Changes we are happy to see You will be able to highlight

Posted in Services Tagged with: , ,

Bloomsbury Architecture Library

This fabulous new resource is a collection of ebooks which you can search or browse by topic. Topics include place, period, style, peoples & culture. For those of you who prefer a print book, you will find many of the

Posted in Subjects: Creative Arts Tagged with: , , ,

Not waving but drowning: 5 ways to learn to tackle assignments better

It’s a big, wide ocean of information out there and fishing for the things you want for your particular assignment can be challenging.  That’s where the Library can help.  Check out our top five tips below for getting on and

Posted in Services Tagged with: , , , , ,

Christmas comes early

Christmas just came early, with these two new presents for History, Culture, Media and Creative Technology students: Bloomsbury Cultural History and Faculti.  Sadly, the Christmas tree has not come early, although we are having the twinkling lights used to decorate it

Posted in Services Tagged with: , , , , ,

Disability in the Modern World

A database reminder One person in seven experiences disability (World Bank, World Report on Disability, 2015, Washington, DC). Yet the story of this community and its contributions is largely absent from the scholarly record. Disability in the Modern World: History

Posted in Subjects: Creative Arts Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Screen Studies: From Script to Screen and Beyond!

A trial of Screen Studies runs until 2nd June. It includes: Iconic and contemporary screenplays fully-searchable, presented in industry-standard studio format, including Dunkirk, The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Big Lebowski Authoritative coverage of works by leading filmmakers such as Wes

Posted in Subjects: Creative Arts Tagged with: , ,

Aurora Metro Books Collection

© Monica Santos Herberg The Aurora Metro Books Collection is a new addition to our Drama Online subscription. It includes non-fiction books about theatre, 120 drama plays in print, including a highly contemporary list of new drama, with collections of

Posted in Subjects: Creative Arts Tagged with: ,

Resource trial: The Sixties collection

We are pleased to present a trial of Alexander Street’s “The Sixties: Primary Documents and Personal Narratives, 1960 to 1974 -“ until Saturday 31st March 2018.  Away from the University computer network, access is via institutional (Shibboleth) login. Featuring tens of thousands of historic

Posted in Services Tagged with: , , ,