Category: Research skills

Advanced Legal Research

A recommended place to start when carrying out advanced legal research is the law Library Guides. There are guides on finding cases and legislation, finding books and articles, citing and referencing, and practical legal research. The guides contain information, guidance and links on carrying out research and recommendations for which databases to use to find…Continue Reading Advanced Legal Research

Advanced Literature Searching guide for Health

The Library’s literature searching guide for Postgraduate students and researchers from the School of Health and Psychological Sciences has been revamped. Now titled Advanced Literature Searching and Systematic Reviews, the guide contains the same information as the previous guide but in a new improved and easier to read format. The guide takes you through all…Continue Reading Advanced Literature Searching guide for Health

Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Library

The IALS law library, located in Russell Square, is one of the most important law libraries in Europe, essentially forming the national legal research collection, and funded directly by the government for the benefit of the nation. It includes an extensive collection covering over 200 separate jurisdictions, with particular strengths in public international law, comparative…Continue Reading Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Library

SAGE Campus

        Library Services is delighted to introduce our new online training resource SAGE Campus ¬†which supports the teaching and learning of skills and research methods through 250+ hours of structured online learning. The 27 online courses are self-paced and instructor-led and comprise a mixture of SAGE quality content, videos, interactive content and…Continue Reading SAGE Campus