Category Archives: new resources

New digital and physical Library spaces

New Physical Spaces Level 1 Quiet Study Room The official opening of the Library’s new Level 1 quiet study area took place on the morning of Wednesday 12 September 2018. This space has been completely transformed from our old, archive … Continue reading

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CRC Energy & Clean Technology ebooks update

The library has increased our CRC Netbase Energy & Clean Technology ebooks collection, by purchasing more than 200 titles from 2015-2017 to add to our existing collection (2000-13). These ebooks can be found in the Library catalogue. You can also browse … Continue reading

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Springer ebooks update: 2018

Our Library’s ebook collections have been further enhanced this year with more than 11,000 new ebooks from the following Springer collections. These are largely frontfile additions for 2018. Additional 2018 titles will continue to be released and become available up until the … Continue reading

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Times Higher Education: register for online access!

The Library has started a subscription to the electronic version of the THE (Times Higher Education) for the whole University. This provides unrestricted access to their news and commentary, university rankings, World Summit Series and more. To quickly access the … Continue reading

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Enhanced Digimap access: UK maps & map data

On 1 August 2018 the Library renewed its Digimap subscription for the University of Bath. Digimap is an online geospatial service developed by EDINA for use in higher education. It features a broad range of maps and downloadable map data (compatible with … Continue reading

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From scrapbooks to death masks: Using archives to teach research

Knowing how to use archives is an important part of research planning and design in the Humanities and Social Sciences, but for the uninitiated getting started can be a little daunting. We’re just coming to the end of a two-year … Continue reading

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JoVE trial access to video articles

The Library currently has a subscription to JoVE Biology, for peer-reviewed scientific video articles – (Journal of Visualized Experiments). Following recent recommendations from students we are running a short trial from 12 February to 2 March for full video content to the … Continue reading

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