As part of the library's celebration of Black History Month, you can read about some of the most significant achievements and contributions in the fields of Mathematics and Computer Science. Click on the links below to learn more. The Voices of Black Mathematicians 7 Black Computer Tech Pioneers You Should Know 8 Famous Black Mathematicians … Continue reading Black History Month – Pioneers in STEM
Here are a couple of short videos which demonstrate how you can use OneSearch to find books and ebooks This first one shows you how to find books and identify the shelfmark or classification number. https://videopress.com/v/zhVD7DLY?preloadContent=metadata This video shows you how to filter your search for ebooks, how to access them online and what features … Continue reading Searching for books and ebooks on Nutrition
It's Black History Month in the Library!
When the library purchases e-books, they come with a certain number of licences. These range from 'unlimited' - meaning an unlimited number of users can read the e-book at one time - to 'single-user' - meaning only one person can read the e-book at any one time. If you happen to want to read an … Continue reading What are e-book licences?
We've been busy ordering e-books so you can access them from home, especially helpful during this lockdown period. Here are a few of those good for the subjects taught at Creative Campus. Just search for the titles on OneSearch
The ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Digital Library is the most comprehensive collection of full-text articles and bibliographic records covering the fields of computing and information technology. Where do I find it? You can access the ACM Digital Library from the A-Z of library databases or the list of databases grouped by subject and … Continue reading New ACM Digital Library
The library has a new subscription to Tourism Geographies. Tourism Geographies is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal which explores tourism and tourism-related areas of recreation and leisure studies from a geographic perspective. This journal brings together academic and applied research and regional traditions from around the world, including multi-disciplinary approaches from geography and related fields such … Continue reading Tourism Geographies Journal
During the lockdown period, many suppliers have given us temporary access to lots of additional online resources. Full details can be found in the Library web pages: https://www.hope.ac.uk/gateway/library/onlineresourcesupdates/ However, it is important to note the temporary nature of this and once normal operations resume the additional resources will not be accessible so please ensure you … Continue reading Additional temporary resources
To help you get the most out of what the Library has to offer online, here is a list of seven ways that you can become a magnificent online researcher. (1) Define your search terms While you are probably eager to dive in and start searching straight away, it can actually save you time in … Continue reading SEVEN ways to become a MAGNIFICENT online researcher
Although the library building is currently closed, meaning that print books are unavailable, there are still lots of resources available to Finance & Accounting students. In some areas, we actually have more material, due to publishers increasing availability during the pandemic. Ebooks are all still searchable through OneSearch, while Ebook Central has granted temporary … Continue reading Library support for Finance & Accounting students during lockdown