Temporary access to additional resources spotlight: EBSCO Harvard Business Review Press Collection

One of the major resources which we have been given temporary free online access to response to the Covid-19 outbreak is the EBSCO Harvard Business Review Press Collection. It includes titles from HBR Press and covers topics such as: communication, decision-making, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, leadership, marketing, personnel management, strategic planning and more.

This resource will only be available until the 31st May 2020 so we wanted to highlight it so you all have chance to access the database and investigate what is on offer.

To access the EBSCO Harvard Business Review Press Collection go to this web page: Temporary access to additional online resources.

 

Temporary access to additional resources spotlight: Oxford Law Trove

One of the major resources which we have been given temporary free online access to response to the Covid-19 outbreak is Oxford Law Trove which gives access to around 200 law eBooks on a variety of subjects.

This resource will only be available until the 31st May 2020 so we wanted to highlight it so you all have chance to access the database and investigate what is on offer.

To access Oxford Law Trove go to this web page: Temporary access to additional online resources.

 

Temporary access to additional resources spotlight: Bloomsbury databases

One of the major resources which we have been given temporary free online access to response to the Covid-19 outbreak is the Bloomsbury databases. They cover fashion, design, architecture, human kinetics and more.

These will only be available until the 31st May 2020 so we wanted to highlight them so you all have chance to access them and investigate what they have to offer.

To access these databases go to this web page: Temporary access to additional online resources.

Temporary access to additional eBooks now available from Kortext

Kortext has arranged temporary free access to a small selection of online textbooks for RGU students who are unable to borrow print materials due to COVID-19 university library closures.

 

You can find full details and the links to access the titles on the following web page in the Kortext eBooks section:

Temporary access to additional online resources during COVID-19 lockdown

There are currently 13 titles available and they include:

    • Haematology by Moore, Knight and Blann (2nd ed, Oxford University Press)
    • Social research methods by Bryman (5th ed, Oxford University Press)
    • Business research methods by Bryman, Bell and Harley (5th ed, Oxford University Press)
    • Human growth, behaviour and development by Gibson and Gibson (1st ed, Sage)
    • Business ethics by Crane, Matten and Glozer (5th ed, Oxford University Press)
    • Patient assessment and care planning by Ellis, Standing and Roberts (3rd ed, Sage)

We hope to add a few more titles to this offer so please check back.

Temporary access to LWW Health Library and Psychotherapy.net now available

The library is pleased to announce that this week we’ve made the following resources available on our Temporary access to additional online resources during COVID-19 lockdown webpage.

 

      • LWW Health Library – online resources such as books and cases in a range of health areas
      • Psychotherapy.net – over 300 streaming videos on psychotherapy, counselling and social work

They are both available until nearly the end of June (please see the web page for the exact dates).