Introducing the new Harvard Referencing guide!

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.


Library classes this week!

This week the following programme of library classes will be running. If you would like to attend a session follow the links to go to the booking form and sign up. Each class will last for one hour and take place in 337 in the Georgina Scott Sutherland Learning Centre.

To see the full programme of classes over the next semester follow this link.

Apologies for re-posting this, there was an error in the posting format that needed to be corrected.

Berg fashion library now available


RGU library is pleased to announce that the database Berg Fashion Library is now available!

The Berg Fashion Library contains integrated text and image content on world dress and fashion throughout history including material from the Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion and is an invaluable resource for anyone researching fashion and related topics.

To access Berg Fashion Library you can find a link in the subject guide for fashion and textile design and on the A-Z list of databases on the library web site.

But if you would like a look now simply follow this link, enter you RGU username and password when prompted, and then search and explore.