Humanities Subject pages


All the electronic resources most relevant
to your subject have been brought together on your Subject page on the Library website.
It is a great place to start researching your assignments. Here you can search the Discovery Service
and find only articles most relevant to your subject area, specialist sources you can search
to find even more articles, reports, news articles, and even images and video. From Recommended Sources you can find resources
useful for everyone. Credo Reference is a variety of reference works, including dictionaries,
which tells you how to set out a reference to what you find. Try out the ‘Concept Map
‘ option to see how your keyword links to others. Useful for essay planning and dissertation
work. Find online Reading Lists that take you to
core reading, containing your Lecturer’s suggestions of material suitable for assignments
for each unit. You can even find where your books are in
the library. Search for individual titles using the catalogue or just click for a 3D
map. Your subject team are here to help. Their
contact details are given on every page, so they are easy to contact if you want advice
on using resources and finding information for your assignments. The Introducing cards offer a quick and visual
introduction to many high quality electronic resources. If you don’t know precisely what you are looking for you can Chat to us online 24/7. Someone is always waiting to give you a helping hand. Don’t miss the quick search for finding resources when you don’t know the exact name. Remember you can search any and all the subject pages for your assignments and research. Have fun, and don’t hesitate to ask if you ever get stuck.

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