Category: Library Guides

Extra online resources – temporary access

In order to support students, academics and researchers during the coronavirus pandemic, a number of academic publishers are choosing to make some of their content temporarily free to access online. We’ve created a special Library Guide to highlight the resources which are now available to you, with instructions on how to access them if a…Continue Reading Extra online resources – temporary access

Eikon and Dealogic

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We are pleased to announce that we have been able to work with two of our suppliers to bring temporary off-campus access to two important resources that are normally only available on specific PCs: Eikon and Dealogic. To get access to either resource, email┬ácasslibrary@city.ac.uk from your City email account, and a username and password will…Continue Reading Eikon and Dealogic

Developing your research skills

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Library Services offers workshops, appointments and subject specific Library Guides in order to help you develop your research skills. Whether you are a brand new student just starting out, returning to study after a gap and looking to refresh your skills, or a postgraduate aiming to publish your work for the first time, there are…Continue Reading Developing your research skills

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, researchers and academics. It┬áprovides access to: Governmental websites from the Department of Health & Social Care and its associated agencies such as the Care Quality Commission and Public Health England Websites covering health issues from…Continue Reading New and updated Library Guides for Health Sciences