Category Archives: health

Beware email ‘phishing’ attempts

University of Bath students and staff may be targeted by ‘phishing’ attacks – emails pretending to come from the Library, IT services or other university professional services. We’d like to remind all users of the official advice offered by the … Continue reading

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Database of the month: Statista

On Level 5 of the library we are featuring Statista  as the ‘database of the month’. Pay us a visit to check out the information and freebies: bags, pens, notebooks and drinking containers. Update: the notebooks and drinking containers have proved … Continue reading

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Step-by-step guide to conducting a Systematic Review

Anyone who’s conducted a systematic review will know that this involves a lot more than “simply” summarising and evaluating a range of literature on a topic.  The whole process can be very prescribed, structured and somewhat daunting!  So, to help … Continue reading

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While You Were Away… 2018

A lot has happened in the Library since the end of Semester 2 and the Summer break. We recently posted about the Library’s new physical and digital spaces, but even more changes have been afoot: New look Library catalogue On … Continue reading

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Wiley reference works online: aerospace, electrical, chemical engineering, life sciences and more…

The Library has recently updated our access to a range of Major Reference Works published by Wiley, providing a wealth of up to date information at your fingertips. Titles include: Wiley Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering: original expert articles in aerospace … Continue reading

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New statistics database on trial: Statista

The Library is running a trial of a new statistics database for six weeks. Statista is a Google-like search tool for numbers and statistics with facts and figures easily displayed in charts and graphs. Statista contains: Data dossiers with key … Continue reading

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Community Care Inform Adults: new resource for social work/policy

The Library now subscribes to two separate strands of the social work/policy database, Community Care Inform – these are: Community Care Inform Children and our latest addition, Community Care Inform Adults, in which the following themes are covered: Care & Support Disability Family support Management Mental Capacity Mental … Continue reading

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