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Hold that thought: Mind Mapping with MindGenius
Understanding, organising and retaining information can be challenging. While studying and working we often need to compose and organise our written work, understand complex topics and retain information. Mindmapping can be an excellent tool to help (More)
New JSTOR e-books
As part of our continuous process of acquiring and trialing new resources for your studies, we have recently added over 4,500 new JSTOR e-books to our catalogue. This is especially good news for those who are currently working on their assignments (More)
Take a break
Working hard to achieve academic and professional excellence can be tough at the best of times, but throw in a global pandemic too and, well, it's safe to say most of us are feeling more challenged than ever before. That’s why we want to encourage yo (More)
What you need to know if you're thinking of studying Law
Diana is a third year LLB student, who loves mystery novels and painting.  My name is Diana and I’ve (More)
March spotlight: Women's History Month
As we celebrate International Women's Day on the 8th of March, and Women's History Month throughout the month, we thought it'd be a brilliant opportunity to highlight some of the resources available in the Library. The purpose of this day and mont (More)
Celebrating LGBT+ History Month
February is when we celebrate the LGBT+ History Month, to coincide with the abolition of Section 28 in the UK. Although we're currently living (More)
Six things you might have missed
As we launch into a new year, we thought now would be a good time to highlight six things you might have missed from Library Services (but we definitely wouldn't want you to) over the last few months: 1: There are thousands of new online resources (More)
More books? - More Books!
It's a new year, a new term... but did you know that you can request new books, too? More Books is a scheme that allows our undergraduates and postgraduates suggest books that would be useful for their studies. It might be for a project you're wor (More)
Things to consider when deciding to go to university
Diana is a third year Law student, who loves mystery novels and painting.   Why I went to university (More)
What does a Law student get up to at uni?
Emily is a third-year student studying Law, who loves cats and being a part of City's More)
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