Welcome to the Library
USearch is the Library's new discovery service, provided by EBSCO, which offers a Google-like search across many of the Library databases with links to thousands of e-journals. It presents a single results list of journal articles, conference papers, reports & more. Search results can be refined easily using intuitive controls shown alongside your results. Your search results will often include direct links to full-text, either as PDF or HTML text. Where no direct links are available, you may see alternative full-text access represented by the 'U Find it' button:
USearch searches and links to Library e-resources. To find books (including e-books), printed journals & other hard copy material please use the Library Catalogue. A Library guide to USearch is available for more information.
Along with the new USearch service, there is also a new Library e-journals list, again supplied by EBSCO. The e-journals list offers a simple way to find all the full-text titles on offer from the Library and their coverage.
If you have any comments on the new service, please email us at email@example.com.
New Library USearch service
Book now: OSCOLA Referencing for Law Students
LibQUAL 2013 Survey: Responses to your feedback
The Library's LibQUAL 2013 survey ran in November 2013 & was designed to measure the quality of Library services based on user perceptions. A final report, LIBQUAL 2013 Service Improvements: Responses to your feedback, can be found on the Library LibQUAL page. The survey results are also available.
Book now: Harvard Referencing Workshops
Harvard referencing workshops have been scheduled for Social Sciences & UBS students. Workshops will run through to November at all campus Libraries & will demonstrate basic techniques for completing a Harvard reference (books, journals & web pages). Sign up now.
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