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JoVE Unlimited: 12,000+ science education and research videos

The Library has begun a full JoVE Unlimited subscription. This provides our staff and students with full access to more than 12,000 science and engineering videos, via: Science Education – videos for learning and teaching the theory and practice of … Continue reading

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Update for Library members May 2020

As the UK lockdown related to Covid-19 continues and the Library is closed, many borrowers may have concerns about the library books you have in your possession.  Similarly, some of you may have question about your library card/membership as you … Continue reading

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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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Sage Research Methods: new case studies

The Library has enhanced its subscription to the database, Sage Research Methods.  The database provides a wide range of ebooks and videos on the subject of research methodologies and its coverage has now been extended to also include a collection of “case studies“.  The database describes the value … Continue reading

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