This is a collection of publicly available teaching resources, developed by staff at Oxford Brookes University. Materials can be re-used free of charge, see the licensing information on the summary page for each item. What are Open Educational Resources?
An amalgamation of resources that will be useful for LR webwriters who are moving their web documents to RADAR
These guides are designed to help students on Pathways programmes (University English, Foundation or a Pre-Master's course) to find and use library resources for assignments. The guides may also be useful for other students new to Brookes. 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.
Guide to titles suitable for the 12-16 age group
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
Game designed to be used as public engagement with research to help with the understanding of using exosomes in diagnosis as biomarkers.
How to get help with referencing and avoiding plagiarism
Where to find help with referencing and information about EndNote
A guide to the desktop version of EndNote. Based on version X9, it is also relevant for the X8 version. The guide includes: creating an EndNote library; adding references manually; transferring references from databases; adding PDFs and files; creating groups; searching and sorting your library; creating a bibliography and in-text citations.
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