New e-books to help you study at home

We’re constantly updating our collections so that you can access the best resources possible.

Over the last few weeks we have been busy adding new e-books to CityLibrary Search: some of these are brand new titles, including those chosen by you through one of our Recommend a book for purchase schemes; others are digital versions of print books which are inaccessible because of the lockdown.

Here, our Subject Librarians have picked out some highlights from the new items in our collections to help you while you are studying at home. The title links will take you through to the e-book record where you can login to access the full text.


Arts


Business

From the FT.com – lockdown reading recommendations

Projects and exams preparation

New editions


Law

On LawTrove you can read books that are on your reading lists, such as The Substantive Law of the EU: The Four Freedoms or International Law by Malcolm Evans. You can also read books from the popular Concentrate revision and study guide series. Access LawTrove and choose ‘sign in via your institution’.

 LPC students can activate access to Law Trove to read OUP legal practice course manuals such as “Lawyers’ Skills“. Please contact us to learn how.
Other publishers are providing temporary access to their e-books. Highlights include:
  • David Collins’ much sought after “International Investment Law” is on Cambridge Core
  • BPTC and LPC students might want to check out Bloomsbury, where you can access their professional content.

Information Science

Encyclopedia of library and information sciences is a wide-ranging work covering the latest topics as well as “classic articles of historical and theoretical importance.”

Some other new titles of interest include:

Language and Communication Studies

New e-books have been purchased for reading lists. Here are some of the most popular titles:


Nursing and Midwifery

A selection of some of our e-book purchases:


Social Sciences

Some titles recently purchased as e-books, they include new titles, titles on reading lists, new editions and some titles chosen by students:

Don’t forget to keep checking the Temporary access to online resources page which is updated regularly with new resources.

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