- Find what reading is recommended for a module you’re doing. Start with myResource Lists. Here you’ll find direct links to books in the library, full text journal articles and web sites - all just one click away!
- Search Star, the Library catalogue. Star is the best place to start when searching for course materials. From Star you can find out if the resource you want is available in print or electronically – click show copy/show library holdings.
- Access electronic resources such as ebooks, subject databases and ejournals - look under Library eResources.
- The subject guides are a good starting place as they provide advice on material that might be useful in your subject area and how to find and use Library resources.
- The Information Skills Resource is available as a Quick Link from the Library Web home page. Here you’ll find a number of tutorials and quizzes that will help you to develop your information skills – check out the Information Skills tutorials tab. More detailed guides are tailored to your subject – take a look at the Tutorials by department tab.
- Ask us for help at any time. Post your comments here, or send us a tweet.
Monday, 12 October 2009
Finding resources – getting started
If you are new to the University but didn’t manage to attend a Library introductory session here are a few tips to help you find your way around the resources available. Many Library services are available online from the Library tab in MUSE . You can log onto MUSE using your username and password to: