Tag: Online resources

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

How to browse subject-specific content on Kanopy

Screenshot of Psychology titles on Kanopy.

Have you browsed the subject-specific content on Kanopy?…Continue Reading How to browse subject-specific content on Kanopy

Head over to Overton

Screenshot of search results on the Overton database.

Library Services now subscribes to Overton, a database of policy documents, parliamentary transcripts, government guidance and think-tank research. Documents and citations from thousand of organisations worldwide (related to a range of disciplines) is available and updated weekly. There are also pre-prepared searches for information related to City, University of London, meaning you can start exploring…Continue Reading Head over to Overton

Islamophobia Awareness Month 2023

A book display for Islamophobia Awareness Month.

This month we are supporting Islamophobia Awareness Month, a campaign aiming to showcase the positive contributions of Muslims and raise awareness of Islamophobia in modern society. The goal of this year’s campaign is to connect people from diverse backgrounds through the transformative power of storytelling. Join the conversation using the official hashtag #MuslimStories. Our new…Continue Reading Islamophobia Awareness Month 2023

Disability History Month at CityLibrary

A book display for Disability History month.

Explore Disability History Month at CityLibrary with a wide range of resources ready to borrow. Level 5 of Northampton Square Library has a book display that has everything from graphic novels, essay collections, poetry, and autobiographies. The Ebook Central Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Collection has more books relating to disability but also to other areas…Continue Reading Disability History Month at CityLibrary

Seven recommended resources for your courses

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We’ve asked our Subject Librarian Team for their super seven recommended resources for the start of term. Whatever your course or personal interest, we’re sure there’s something here to spark your imagination and prove essential for assignments: BioDigital Human BioDigital Human provides interactive 3D models of human anatomy and physiology, diseases and treatments, covering over 600…Continue Reading Seven recommended resources for your courses

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

Black Futures Month at CityLibrary

October is when City, University of London celebrates Black Futures Month. This year’s theme is Saluting Our Sisters and at CityLibrary, we have a display with all kind of genres available. The choice ranges from essay collections,  science fiction, biographies, and contemporary fiction.   There are also two lists on the Overdrive website and the Libby app…Continue Reading Black Futures Month at CityLibrary

Have a right Royal weekend with CityLibrary resources

Happy Coronation weekend to all of you celebrating the crowning of King Charles III. Did you know, you can find tons of Royal-themed content in our collections?…Continue Reading Have a right Royal weekend with CityLibrary resources