News: electronic resources
The University Library is migrating its online resources to a more modern and secure platform, OpenAthens. This migration shouldn’t affect users, unless you wish to keep the items saved on your bookshelf, notes, and bookmarks. Read on for more information.
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are free online materials which can be used in teaching with no cost to staff, students, or the University! This makes them perfect for online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have developed a new guide to help you find OERs.
The previously planned Thieme Chemistry/Science of Synthesis (SoS) seminar has unfortunately been cancelled. Thank you for your understanding at this time.
Drop in and learn about the library's newly acquired range of Adam Matthew products and find out how they can assist your learning, teaching, or research efforts at the Adam Matthew Database Discovery Day. No bookings required! Simply drop in and have a chat to the Adam Matthew database experts.
Explore the rich digital archives of the Royal Geographical Society and Royal College of Physicians, both part of the Wiley Digital Archives. Trial runs until 4 October.
Embase increases the discovery of biomedical evidence to support critical life sciences functions, delivering relevant, up-to-date biomedical information to the global biomedical research community. It allows users to successfully perform critical functions such as pharmacovigilance, as well as generating high-quality systematic reviews in support of evidence-based medicine and drug and medical device efficacy studies.