A short introductory video guide to Harvard referencing using examples from Midwifery.
All items added to the National Brewing Library 2019-2020
All items added to the National Brewing Library 2019
National Brewing Library Annual Report 18-19, including meetings and key actions
Instructions for using the Freepost serives to return materials to Brookes
A video guide to help you with the literature search for your paramedic dissertation literature review
Quick Help guides for every aspect of using Aspire, the Library's online reading list software. - now updated for V2 List Edit, the new editing interface.
All new users should start with Getting Started With Aspire; then choose from the mini-guides for bookmarking different types of resource (books, chapters, journal articles, etc) and updating existing reading lists/creating new lists. There are further guides including how to link your Aspire reading list to your Moodle course, and how to generate a Harvard bibliography from your list, and a Quick Reminder checklist of all the key steps.
All are available both as Word and PDF.
Also linked to is Dan Croft's guide What is a Reading List For?, which will help you think about how best to ensure that your students' reading aligns with your module's learning outcomes.
List of relevant titles for the 8-12 age group
List of relevant books for the 6-8 age group
guide to suitable books for the 3-6 age group
RADAR: Research Archive and Digital Asset RepositoryAbout RADAR