Tag: Bayes Business School

Access articles with less hassle

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Do you sometimes browse articles on publisher websites rather than on CityLibrary Search? Maybe you notice some research you’d like to read when you’re on PubMed, or Wikipedia, or other sources that are not the CityLibrary website? If so, we strongly recommend you to install LibKey Nomad browser plug-in. It takes just a few seconds…Continue Reading Access articles with less hassle

Trouble accessing an online resource? – Try our quick tips

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You can find a wealth of online resources through CityLibrary: e-books, journal articles, databases, video and audio content… but in a world governed by different links and logins, browser settings, devices and providers, sometimes things may go wrong. Our E-access team members gave us a run-down of quick fixes that can help when you can’t…Continue Reading Trouble accessing an online resource? – Try our quick tips

Multi-Factor Authentication enabled for Library Services

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By the end of day on Wednesday 5th July City’s Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) will have been enabled for all Library resources. MFA is already active for Library room bookings, appointments and workshops. MFA for the Library’s online resources will be enabled today, 4th July. MFA for your Library account will be enabled on Wednesday afternoon,…Continue Reading Multi-Factor Authentication enabled for Library Services

Films on Kanopy: as recommended by CityLibrary staff

A collage of different film covers, including Last Night in Soho, The Lighthouse and others

Some of you might remember our blogpost and book display from last year, where we surveyed all the lovely librarians working at CityLibrary about their favourite novels from the Library’s collection. This time, we wanted to find out what everyone’s favourite cinematographic finds on Kanopy were. The result is a vibrant playlist of a great…Continue Reading Films on Kanopy: as recommended by CityLibrary staff

#LibraryEurovision: Library celebrates Eurovision

A collage of covers of some of the books and films and music featured in Library Eurovision

It’s the middle of exam season when the going tends to get tough, so we wanted to try and bring you some light-hearted joy to make you smile and allow you to #TakeABreak from studies for a bit. As the UK is hosting one of the biggest pop culture events in the the world –…Continue Reading #LibraryEurovision: Library celebrates Eurovision

Take a Break book displays

Bookshelves containing book displays for Travel through time, wellbeing and study skills.

As part of our #TakeABreak campaign to support you through the busy and sometimes stressful exam period, we have created some book displays with resources designed to help you. Our displays focus on three key areas to help you achieve your best results, read more about each display below. Take a Break – Travel through…Continue Reading Take a Break book displays

#TakeABreak with CityLibrary this Summer

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With exam season here again, it’s time for CityLibrary to launch our #TakeABreak campaign. #TakeABreak is about highlighting how taking proper care of yourself can, and will, help you achieve better results….Continue Reading #TakeABreak with CityLibrary this Summer

24/7 opening for Summer exams

"24/7" written in neon colours.

The Northampton Square and Business libraries will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week during the Summer exam period: starting with the Business Library going 24/7 from Tuesday April 11th, and ending at the Northampton Square Library at midnight on Friday June 3rd. Library staff will be available at Help Desks and…Continue Reading 24/7 opening for Summer exams

Beyond the headlines: Resources on Ukraine

A photo of two print books: "Ukraine: what everyone needs to know" and "Death and the Penguin"

As the UK observes a national moment of silence on the 24th of February to mark a year’s anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, we wanted to collate some of the useful resources about the country that you can access through the Library and beyond. You might be looking for sources for some of…Continue Reading Beyond the headlines: Resources on Ukraine


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Tell us what you think. Our feedback campaign, Library Loves Feedback (#LibraryLovesFeedback) is back and runs for two weeks from today….Continue Reading #LibraryLovesFeedback