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Library systems downtime
We are upgrading our library systems overnight Monday 16th - Tuesday 17th December.  As a result you may experience intermittent periods of downtime during which you will be unable to: login to online resources see book availability through C (More)
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 compl (More)
Autumn Specials
This autumn Library Services will host a series of drop-in sessions and workshops at the Northampton Square and Cass Libraries. These sessions form our < (More)
Stay up-to-date with The and The Economist
Do want to keep up with the news but don’t know where to start? Are you interested in politics, business or international relations? Then City Library can help you! You can access the best in international news, analysis and comment from our subscrip (More)
Find your Library Guide
City Library Guides bring together the essential resources in your subject area and connect you quickly and easily to information about Library Services. More)
New titles for School of Health Sciences
Print and e-book collections for School of Health Sciences students have been updated and expanded over the summer. Brand new titles, latest editions, plus extra copies of essential titles were ordered, processed and catalogued and are now availab (More)
Improved access to full-text articles via PubMed
It's now easier than ever to check if the articles you've found on PubMed are available in full-text via CityLibrary. Use the direct link to PubMed on the More)
New and updated Library Guides for Health Sciences
We are excited to announce Governmental, news and statistical resources, a new Library Guide for School of Health Sciences students, rese (More)
Introducing Bloomberg Query Language
    Attention Bloomberg users: Bloomberg has delivered a new API that you can use to download and save data from Bloomberg through the Bloomberg Excel Add-in. Introducing: Bloomberg Query Language (BQL). It works by: Consolid (More)
Access the Times Higher Education (THE) online
All City staff and students have access to the More)
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