Category Archives: Research

ORCID: how to set up a unique researcher identifier

ORCID – Open Researcher and Contributor ID – is a persistent digital identifier which distinguishes individual researchers. If you are carrying out research at City, you may want to register for an ORCID.  Your ORCID can also be linked to … Continue reading

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New Resource: New York Times Archive

Library Services now provides access to the  New York Times Archive 1851-2013. The newspaper which has won more Pulitzer Prizes than any other title, covers both US and international news, politics, science, technology and the arts. As well as offering full … Continue reading

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4 things researchers at City should know about Library Services

Are you busy writing your PhD? Finishing off a paper for publication? Or, just thinking about starting a project? Well, the good news is Library Services can help you. And the even better news is that we can help you … Continue reading

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Science Direct: access problems

ScienceDirect is a fantastic database covering topics like science, technology, business, management, accounting, health sciences, engineering and social science: making it one of our most popular resources. Unfortunately there is currently a problem affecting access to ScienceDirect: our E-Access Team … Continue reading

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Resource of the month: Oxford Competition Law

Oxford Competition Law (OCL) is a database which combines world-renowned commentaries, authoritative peer-reviewed national case reports and analysis from EU member states. It also includes electronic access to “Bellamy and Child: European Union Law of Competition”, “Whish & Bailey: Competition … Continue reading

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