Category: Library Resources

Explore the Vogue Archive

The Vogue Archive contains the entire run of Vogue magazine (US edition) from 1892 to the present day, reproduced in high-resolution colour page images. You can explore every page, advertisement and cover, with rich indexing enabling you to find images by garment type, designer, model and brand. Subject Coverage: Popular Culture Gender studies Fashion history  Photography …Continue Reading Explore the Vogue Archive

Resource of the month: Anatomy TV (Primal Pictures)

What is it?   Anatomy TV (also known as Primal Pictures) is a database containing 3-D human anatomy images with descriptions, layers of pictures and interactive learning activities. Images can be observed as individual organs or as a region of the body. They can be used for teaching, presentations, assignments or dissertations. How can I…Continue Reading Resource of the month: Anatomy TV (Primal Pictures)

Audio-Visual (AV) Collection Move

The AV Collection can now be found on level 2 of the Northampton Square Library  next to the reception desk.  The collection includes CDs and DVDs across a range of disciplines, including film, music, documentaries and health sciences.  To see what we have you can browse the collection by searching CityLibrary Search and narrowing your…Continue Reading Audio-Visual (AV) Collection Move

Looking for Industry Intelligence? IBISWorld

IBISWorld provides industry intelligence. With over 400 industries covered and similar coverage of global economies, IBISWorld has the broadest collection of industry research worldwide. Each industry report provides the most detailed performance data and analysis on the market; supply chain information; forecasts; risk scores; operating strengths and weaknesses; analysis of external drivers; major player market…Continue Reading Looking for Industry Intelligence? IBISWorld

Resource of the month: Cite Them Right Online.

What is it? Your go-to resource for proper citing and referencing.  It covers how to cite and reference resources in your work using Harvard, the standard style for City, as well as APA, MLA, MHRA, OSCOLA and Vancouver referencing styles.Content includes step-by-step instructions for citing and referencing anything you use in your work including: Book…Continue Reading Resource of the month: Cite Them Right Online.

Library Staff Love #1: LISTA

Welcome to our brand new feature, Library Staff Love! Each month, a member of the Library Services team here at City University London will share what they love about the Library and tell you why. Our first recommendation has come from James, who has nominated LISTA (Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts) as his choice….Continue Reading Library Staff Love #1: LISTA

Book an appointment with a librarian

Subject Librarians at Northampton Square offer 1 to 1 meetings where you can discuss your specialist research needs or get help with literature searching, using e-resources or citing and referencing.  You can now book an appointment with a librarian online by visiting http://libcal.city.ac.uk/calendar/workshops or accessing your specific Subject Guide. When booking an appointment you will be asked to…Continue Reading Book an appointment with a librarian

New Resource: Artemis Primary Sources

Artemis Primary Sources is a dynamic search platform which allows you to cross-search the full text of City University’s  subscriptions to Gale historical collections and newspapers.  Content includes: The Times and Sunday Times Archive (1785-2008) The Financial Times Historical Archive  (1888-2010) The Independent Digital Archive  (1986-2012) Daily Mail Historical Archive (1896-2004) 19th Century Newspapers 19th Century UK Periodicals…Continue Reading New Resource: Artemis Primary Sources