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The contents in this section identify the many ways that you can search and locate resources, from using your 'Resource Lists' - recommended reading from within your Blackboard modules - to using specialised databases and e-resources.
Finding Information Resources
Library Search is your search engine for searching across all resources. Library Search results can include:
Full-text journal articles
The Library Catalogue
Using Library Search is like searching Google, so start by simply entering a few keywords into the search box.
Always consider using the Refine your Search filters on the left hand side of the search pages. Clicking on one or more of the boxes will limit your results to items matching that filter and help you to find exactly what you are looking for.
Other key search & find resources include:
Databases A-Z - Databases are collections of online information to which the Library has a subscription. These mostly contain full text journal articles, abstracts and article references.
E-Resources Portal - The E-Resources Portal offers a searchable A-Z list of e-Books and electronic journal titles held by the Library.
Subject Guides - In your Subject Guide you can find out more about using Books, e-Books, Journal articles and databases under the relevant tabs