A new past exam papers web page has just been added to the library web pages. It gives information about what schools have past exam papers available, which do not, and if they are available where to find them.
The web page is linked to from the eResources section of the library web pages but to take a direct look please click this link:
Past exam papers
Please note that while the library endeavors to keep this page up to date the most recent information will be held by each school so if you have any queries about past exam papers availability or access please contact your school for full information.
The library is pleased to announce that our comprehensive programme of library classes for semester 1 14/15 is publicly available and can be seen at this webpage: http://libguides.rgu.ac.uk/classes.
The home page gives details of the various classes that will be running this semester including: Library research skills, How to use RefWorks and Harvard Referencing classes and lectures.
The timetable and bookings page shows the dates and times of the classes on offer, these started on the 15th September and will carry on to 19th December:
And you can book a place by simply clicking the class you would like to attend and entering a few details.
As well as following the link above you can always access this information by following the link on the library’s CampusMoodle home page or at the bottom of most of the library web pages.
We are pleased to announce that the access problems to the ASME Digital Collection have now been fixed and you should get access as normal.
We apologize for the inconvenience this caused and if you have any problems or questions about accessing resources please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
The library is pleased to announce that we have launched a new version of our Harvard Referencing guide. It gives you a full guide to Harvard Referencing including:
- information about the principles and practices of referencing in the Harvard Style covering why, when and how to reference
- templates showing you examples of references that you can follow and adapt for your own referencing.
To take a look please go to the referencing module on CampusMoodle and go to the Harvard Referencing section.
We are currently experiencing problems with the access to the ASME Digital Collection.
We apologise for the inconvenience this is causing, it is being investigated and we will update once we know more.