As an early Christmas present to their customers, Emerald are offering free access until 31st December 2016 to the two most downloaded articles from 2016 in each of their subject collections.  Click here for full access to all the articles. http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/promo/video/emd_xmas16_anim01.mp4

Places are still left for an introduction to the Library’s Special Collections open event on Tuesday, 13 December 2016.  Discover how our rare books and collections ranging from art and architecture to literature, history and science can take your studies …

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Update 14.12.16 – A student has suggested a method of retrieving annotations from previous copies of ebooks downloaded from Ebook Central onto a laptop or desktop computer, which is described here. When you access an ebook over the internet, annotations you make always …

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We are delighted to present the work of BA Illustration students – a collection of concertina artists’ books from the Well-Come Project, now on display in Area 1B. Read more about these artists’ books and the fascinating project they came from …

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We are pleased to offer free trial to Bloomsbury Collections, the Bloomsbury ebook platform, until 21st December.  The trial can be accessed on campus and from elsewhere via the VPN or Web Proxy.  Click here to try Bloomsbury Collections. If …

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Professor Sherria Hoskins has invited all Level 4 (Year 1) undergraduate students, to take part in an important national study to explore how students develop over the course of their degree.  By taking part, as a first year student you would …

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We regret that the Map Library is temporarily closed with most Map Library services unavailable while contractors work on the roof above.  The Map Librarian is available to offer advice by appointment but please email annushka.donin@port.ac.uk first to ensure they are available. …

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