Thursday, 14 November 2019

Sage Research Methods for Researchers

The perfect partner for teaching #ResearchMethods – our library offers access to SAGE Research Methods. Check it out! [Access here] or via the Online databases and academic journals page on the My learning/Learning support/Students pages in the portal.


Sage Research Methods Publish or Perish? Poster


Thursday, 7 November 2019

Sage Research Methods is here

Everything you need for your research project, all in one place – free for all students. [Access hereor via the Online databases and academic journals page on the My learning/Learning support/Students pages in the portal.


Sage Research Methods - Method to the Madness Poster


Thursday, 31 October 2019

Sage Research Methods is here

Struggling with your research methods course? Our library has free access to SAGE Research Methods to help! [Access here] or via the Online databases and academic journals page on the My learning/Learning support/Students pages in the portal.

Sage Research Methods logo

Sage Research Methods Wikipedia Poster

Tuesday, 15 October 2019

IEEE Xplore Webinar

IEEE are hosting a free Xplore Open Webinar on 30 October 2019 at 13:00 (GMT) to help you get the most out of using IEEE Xplore/IET Library.

REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE 

This webinar will:

•    highlight the main features of the platform
•    cover advanced search techniques
•    show you how to set up alerts
•    demonstrate how to download equations and much more!

IEEE Xplore/IET Library is accessed via the Online databases and academic journals link in the My learning/Learning support page in the portal.

Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Cambridge Core Guide to Ebooks and Journals

Use the Cambridge Core guide to ebooks and journals to find out how to save searches, register for an individual account and using the Core Reader HTML functionality.

Thursday, 5 September 2019

Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection recent videos - Introduction to Computational Biology and more

Recent releases for the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection of HS Talks. You can search for them in LibrarySearch or directly via the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection entry on the Online databases and academic journals page in the portal. 

This month's release to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection includes undergraduate-level introductory talks on two key topics: computational biology, presented by Dr. V. Anne Smith of the University of St Andrews, and plant physiology, presented by Dr. Giles Johnson of the University of Manchester. Two additional introductory-level talks are Exercise for stroke prevention and Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for the prevention and care of NTDs.

Latest Releases:
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Introduction to computational biology
Dr. V. Anne Smith
University of St Andrews, UK
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Plant physiology: a primer
Dr. Giles Johnson
University of Manchester, UK
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Exercise for stroke prevention
Ms. Melissa Majoni
Dr. Peter Prior
Dr. Neville Suskin
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Oogenesis in mammals
Prof. Hugh Clarke
McGill University Health Centre, Canada
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Mechanisms of regulation of oocyte meiotic maturation
Prof. Marco Conti
University of California San Francisco, USA
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The evolving role of novel and next generation therapies in the management of multiple myeloma: introduction and current therapies
Prof. Paul G. Richardson
Harvard Medical School, USA
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The evolving role of novel and next generation therapies in the management of multiple myeloma: relapse refractory multiple myeloma
Prof. Paul G. Richardson
Harvard Medical School, USA
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Modeling of antibody-drug conjugate pharmacokinetics
Dr. Dhaval K. Shah
University at Buffalo, USA
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Nuclear control of electron transport chain gene expression
Dr. Glenn C. Rowe
University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
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Rheumatic fever: a model of a post-infectious autoimmune disease
Prof. Jorge Kalil
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Canine atopic dermatitis
Dr. Mark Craig
Re-Fur-All Referrals, UK
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Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for the prevention and care of NTDs
Ms. Yael Velleman
The Schistosomiasis Control Initiative, UK
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Featured talks from previous releases:

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Thursday, 29 August 2019

Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection recent videos - The Complement System - An Introduction for Undergraduates and more

Recent releases for the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection of HS Talks. You can search for them in LibrarySearch or directly via the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection entry on the Online databases and academic journals page in the portal.

Latest releases:

for undergraduates
Prof. Michael Holers – University of Colorado School of Medicine, 
USA
Dr. Ashley Frazer-Abel – University of Colorado, USA
perspectives
Prof. Sheena Cruickshank – University of Manchester, UK
Epigenetics and inheritanceEpigenetics and inheritance
Prof. Marisa Bartolomei – University of Pennsylvania, USA
long-term health
Prof. Tom Fleming – University of Southampton, UK
ImplantationImplantation
Prof. John Aplin – University of Manchester, UK
Vaccine deliveryVaccine delivery
Prof. Sevda ┼×enel – Hacettepe University, Turkey
therapeutic immunological tolerance
Prof. Herman Waldmann – University of Oxford, UK
therapy
Prof. Herman Waldmann – University of Oxford, UK
endometriosis
Prof. Chi Chiu (Ronald) Wang – The Chinese University of 
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
patients
Prof. Anthony Carr – University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Featured talks from previous releases:

Metabolomics: a brief introduction 1Metabolomics: a brief introduction 1
Dr. Reza Salek – The European Bioinformatics Institute, UK
Human tissue and global ethicsHuman tissue and global ethics
Prof. Donna Dickenson – University of London, UK
inactivation
Prof. Neil Brockdorff – University of Oxford, UK