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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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New e-books added to our Black Literature & Culture collection

“Race and racism is a reality that so many of us grow up learning to just deal with. But if we ever hope to move past it, it can’t just be on people of colour to deal with it. It’s … Continue reading

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Extra PCs in the Library for campus-based students

Campus-based students looking for PCs to use for exams and revision, look no further! The Library building may still be closed, but we have made 23 PCs available in the foyer 24/7 for those of you who may not have … Continue reading

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B&NES Library service – join online for e-books audiobooks and more!

B&NES public library service is currently offering an extended digital temporary membership (currently 4 months) and with this any member can access all of their digital offers.  You can sign up here.  Digital offer – all available free via app or … Continue reading

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Extra study skills and wellbeing e-books added to our Library Lists

We have recently added some more e-books to our Read Well and Study Skills collections in order to support you while you study remotely. 📚 Our Read Well collection includes resources on anxiety, depression, body image, mindfulness and physical health. … Continue reading

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Resources made available by publishers due to COVID-19

Staff and student access to our Library’s electronic resources off-campus is continuing as normal. For those interested, our Research Services provide a list on finding open access publications in a tabbed section on this page. Content unlocked by publishers The … Continue reading

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Artfilms Digital trial access – stream films online until 30 April 2020

We have set up free trial access to the Artfilms Digital Collection so as to gauge interest and potential demand for this product. They offer educational institutions a choice of DVDs or subscription streaming for thousands of videos across a … Continue reading

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While You Were Away: New Resources

This is the fourth in a series of posts highlighting Library updates ‘while you were away’ over the summer. New Resources The Library continually acquires print and online materials to support the University’s teaching and research interests. The following provides … Continue reading

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While You Were Away: New Working With Data Curriculum

This is the third in a series of posts highlighting key Library developments ‘while you were away’ over the summer. Research services: Opening up, promoting and preserving the University’s research Our Library Research Services team have been busy this summer, … Continue reading

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New Library Display: Well-being books and Black History Month

The Library has set up a new permanent display collection of Well-being and Health books (bought with funds from Widening Participation and the Library).  These are all borrowable and we hope all students and staff will find them interesting and … Continue reading

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