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Free journal articles from Emerald

Emerald are offering a new free article each weekday on their advent calendar Christmas tree over the festive period.  Follow this link and click on the Christmas tree baubles to reveal the articles.  The articles will be available to view and download until

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Free access to OUP resources on refugee law

In response to the refugee humanitarian crisis in Europe, Oxford University Press has made more than 30 book chapters, journal articles, and pieces of content from online resources freely accessible to assist those helping refugees on the ground, as well

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Armed Conflict Database trial until 11 January 2016

We are pleased to present a to the Armed Conflict Database (ACD) until Monday, 11th January 2016. The Armed Conflict Database (ACD) monitors armed conflicts worldwide, focusing on political, military and humanitarian trends in current conflicts, from local rebellions to long-term insurgencies,

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Christmas Vacation opening hours begin Saturday, 12 December 2015

The first span of 24/7 opening ends at the start of the Christmas vacation period: midnight at the end of Friday, 11 December. During the Christmas vacation, the Library will operate Christmas vacation opening hours. 24/7 opening recommences from 8am

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Videos now available on Credo Reference

Credo Reference (which also appears on the right when you search the Discovery Service) now includes over 1000 short reference videos.  You can find the videos in Credo Reference from a basic search or by clikcing “find a book” (there

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Newspaper archives trial available until 31 December 2015

We are pleased to announce trial access to two new newspaper archives until 31 December 2015.  The links below give you access on campus. If you want to use them off-campus, you will need to use the Web Proxy Service.

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Possible noise disruption

Engineers will be installing a new alarm system on all Library emergency exits.  Work is expected to start later this week (week beginning 30 November) and last for 2 days.  This will inevitably involve some drilling, so there may be

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Web of Science and EndNote Online maintenance Sunday 29th November

Thomson Reuters will be performing routine maintenance to their authentication system on Sunday 29th October.  The maintenance window is 1pm to 4pm (BST). It is expected that there will be minimal disruption to users who are logged into Web of

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Trial extension to 24/7 opening

In response to requests from students, we are delighted to announce a trial extension to Library 24/7 opening this year. The Library building will open 24/7 from 8am on Monday, 23rd November until midnight at the end of Friday 11th

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Early access to Neuropsychopharmacology and therapeutics

There has been a very high level of demand for  “Neuropsychopharmacology and therapeutics” by Ivor Ebenezer.  A second, multi-user ebook has been bought that will appear on the Library catalogue and Discovery Service next week but you can access it

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