John Henry Brookes Building Library at Headington. Plans of the layout of each floor. Identifies silent space, quiet space, collaborative space and facilities
These guides are designed to help international students, especially those on Pathways programmes (University English, International Foundation or a Pre-Master's) to find and use library resources for assignments. They include: a guide for new international students; a guide to finding books; a guide to finding journal articles; a project search plan which you can download and fill in with your own ideas.
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.
Keynote given at the JCS School Librarians' conference, Aston University, November 30th 2018. Focused on students' changing information literacy needs in HE and the shift, as search tools have become easier to use, from helping students *find* appropriate resources to helping them learn to *read* and *understand* dense academic texts.
How to mark a Moodle Assignment: What are the icons for? An Introduction
A pdf presentation offerening tips and guidance on one example of one way to use student video presentations as an assessment format
This video explains the importance of journal articles for law students, then demonstrates searching for them on Westlaw, LexisLibrary and HeinOnline
A short video detailing how to download an attachment in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
These guides are aimed at Oxford Brookes Politics and International Relations students and will help you use library resources for Politics and IR assignments and research.
These guides are aimed at Oxford Brookes BA and MA students and will help you use library resources for English Literature, Drama & Creative Writing essays and research.
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