These guides are aimed at Oxford Brookes law students and will help you use library resources for law assignments and research. If you find these guides helpful or have any suggestions for additional guides you would find useful, do let the Academic Liaision Librarian for law know. Learn more at https://www.brookes.ac.uk/library/resources-and-services/course-resource-help/law
Guide to using the library for ELL students
Oxford Brookes Library Tour 2021
Form for requesting an item to be scanned by the Library for under the terms of the CLA Licence
BrookesHarvard style for use with EndNote desktop and Microsoft Word. This style is based on the book Cite Them Right, published by Palgrave McMillan.
NOTE: there are two versions of the style. Cite Them Right recommends that if a source has 4 or more authors, only the first should be listed in the bibliography, followed by et al. The EndNote style "BrookesHarvard.ens" follows this format. Some publishers or academics (especially in the sciences) may require you to give all authors, so we also offer the EndNote style "BrookesHarvardAllAuthors.ens" which follows this format. If you are unsure which style you need, please check with your department.
Resources to accompany the activity Science Bazaar and Science Bazaar Saturday events.
Application form for certain categories of undergraduate and postgraduate students for use of Bodleian Library. Do not use before 1st September 2022.
Lorises are small to medium strepsirhine (moist-nosed) primates from a wide rage of habitats over a vast area of southern and eastern Asia. They range in weight from 103 to 1,600g.
IPC Care Purchasing and Brokerage Programme Handbook 2021-2022
A guide to Brookes Library Harvard referencing style, with examples
RADAR: Research Archive and Digital Asset RepositoryAbout RADAR