Understanding what you are looking for is sometimes the first hurdle when getting to grips with academic information.  Here is an introduction to where to find different sorts of information. Finding books The easiest way to find everything is by …

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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 …

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On Monday 5 August, Westlaw will move to a new platform.   You will lose all access to the old Westlaw platform on 5 August. Any articles you may have saved to folders on the old Westlaw platform will also be lost on 5 August.  We regret that …

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The TESOL encyclopedia of English language teaching offers over 750 entries on the essential practical and theoretical aspects of teaching English as a second language. Each entry is helpfully organised into three sections: “Framing the issue,” “Making the case,” and “Pedagogical …

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Blackwell encyclopedia of sociology is an excellent starting point for researching a wide variety of topics in Sociology.  This encyclopedia also introduces many topics in Criminology and Education among its 1,800 entries, and so is useful for anyone studying these …

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