Category Archives: referencing

While You Were Away: Harvard Bath Updates

This is the fifth in a series of posts exploring key Library developments ‘while you were away’ over the summer. Over the Summer the Library has reviewed and updated our institutional citing and referencing style, Harvard Bath. Changes include new … Continue reading

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Library Training Events for Undergraduates & Taught Postgraduates

The Library provides additional training events as part of the Student Union’s Skills Training Programme. You must first register on the SU website, before you can sign up for a training event. The Library sessions cover a range of topics, from using the Library … Continue reading

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Research postgrads: sign up for PGSkills training sessions

The Library offers a range of courses as part of the PGSkills programme. You can browse our range of information skills courses, or explore all courses and make bookings directly on the PGSkills webpages; browse all courses by date, theme … Continue reading

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New and improved Library guides – including enhanced referencing advice!

The Library has enhanced and updated its provision of Library guides over the Summer. The enhanced guides offer a cleaner, simpler aesthetic and have given us an opportunity to update guidance where services and resources have changed as well as remove … Continue reading

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New guidance on referencing

Throughout 2012 the Library has been working hard on providing additional support for referencing.  We try to focus on explaining the principles behind referencing and have created a guide that sets these out: There are a number of different referencing styles … Continue reading

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