Thursday, 28 February 2013

Literature Online and MLA database workshop

There are now two places available on this workshop to be held this Saturday (2nd March) in the Library Seminar Room at 11.30am.

This workshop is an introduction to two of the most useful online resources for the study of literature, poetry, drama, language and linguistics. LION contains more than 350,000 works of English and American poetry, drama and prose, as well as criticism and reference resources. MLA is an index to books, book chapters and journal articles on literature, language and linguistics. The workshop will include some hand-on practice in using these resources, and will be led by the subject librarian for those areas, Charlotte Hobson.

Get one of these last places by going to

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Saturday workshop on PsycInfo, PsycArticles and PEPWeb

Once again, our Saturday workshop is fully booked, but if you'd like to add yourself to the waiting list you can do so here:

If you'd like to get to know more about using these databases in your own time, there are a range of resources on these pages:
including guides, online tutorials and YouTube videos

Don't forget, you can also contact the Library Help Desk or your Subject Librarian for more help.

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Saturday workshop on JSTOR and PAO

JSTOR is our most popular electronic resource and our Saturday workshop this weekend has also proved popular and is fully booked. If you would like to come along, please add yourself to the waiting list, as we do usually get a number of cancellations nearer the time. You can join the waiting list here

If you can't make it, there are JSTOR video tutorials to enhance your use of this database in your own time, and Periodicals Archive Online has extensive help pages throughout - just click on the Help button for page-specific help as you are searching.

Access JSTOR here
Access Periodicals Archive Online here

If you get stuck with searching these, or any of our other e-resources, don't forget you can call or email the Library help desk

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Saturday workshop on the Web Of Knowledge

Our first Saturday workshop of the term is this weekend and is on using the Web Of Knowledge databases, which include the Science, Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities Citation Indexes, as well as Medline. This workshop is currently fully booked, but please keep an eye on this page for cancellations
or add yourself to the waiting list.

Alternatively you can train yourself in your own time - here are some resources;
If you have any problems with using the Web Of Knowledge, please ask at the Library Help Desk or contact your subject librarian