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Sunday Times Digital Archive

Two front pages from the Sunday Times Digital Archive.

The Sunday Times Digital Archive provides access to the full print run of the Sunday Times from 1822 to 2006. It contains full-page scans of the paper, including images, cartoons, and adverts, in an easily-searchable format. You can run a basic keyword search from the landing page, or select the ‘Advanced Search’ option to target…Continue Reading Sunday Times Digital Archive

Music Online

A selection of scores and stills from performances from Musi Online.

Music Online is a wide-ranging database of scores, recordings, videos, and reference works for music and dance. It’s a fantastic resource for music scholars, musicians at all levels, and anyone with an interest in a wide range of streaming music and performance. Once you’ve logged in with your usual City credentials, you can search the…Continue Reading Music Online

RILM Abstracts of Music Literature

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RILM Abstracts of Music Literature is a global bibliography of writings on music dating back more than 60 years. While some full text resouces are available, RILM is primarily useful for searching the abstracts of a wide-ranging catalogue of articles across multiple languages. You’ll find abstracts from journals and magazines from six continents. Abstracts are…Continue Reading RILM Abstracts of Music Literature

Limited access via CityLibrary Search, 30th May 2021

One of the suppliers of our online resources will be carrying out essential maintenance from 2am Sunday 30th May to 2am Monday 31st May. As a result, there’ll be a short period of time when links to journals, articles and books via CityLibrary Search may not work for up to 24 hours during this period….Continue Reading Limited access via CityLibrary Search, 30th May 2021

New JSTOR e-books

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As part of our continuous process of acquiring and trialing new resources for your studies, we have recently added over 4,500 new JSTOR e-books to our catalogue. This is especially good news for those who are currently working on their assignments or dissertations. If you are looking for new resources to use for your project,…Continue Reading New JSTOR e-books

Take a break

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Working hard to achieve academic and professional excellence can be tough at the best of times, but throw in a global pandemic too and, well, it’s safe to say most of us are feeling more challenged than ever before. That’s why we want to encourage you to #TakeABreak and think about the importance of self-care…Continue Reading Take a break

March spotlight: Women’s History Month

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As we celebrate International Women’s Day on the 8th of March, and Women’s History Month throughout the month, we thought it’d be a brilliant opportunity to highlight some of the resources available in the Library. The purpose of this day and month is to uphold women’s achievements, recognise challenges, and focus greater attention on women’s…Continue Reading March spotlight: Women’s History Month

Celebrating LGBT+ History Month

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February is when we celebrate the LGBT+ History Month, to coincide with the abolition of Section 28 in the UK. Although we’re currently living in the era of social distancing to protect each other during the pandemic, there are plenty of events and activities to get involved in to celebrate and remember the history, contributions…Continue Reading Celebrating LGBT+ History Month

More books? – More Books!

It’s a new year, a new term… but did you know that you can request new books, too? More Books is a scheme that allows our undergraduates and postgraduates suggest books that would be useful for their studies. It might be for a project you’re working on, an area you wish to explore in your…Continue Reading More books? – More Books!