Grey literature is material which is not formally or commercially published. It includes, but it not limited to, reports, conference papers, theses and working papers. Our new guide explains how and where to find it and gives links to lots of useful resources.
Working on a systematic review? Why not check out our new library guide to systematic reviews. It covers all the necessary steps and includes links to lots of useful resources.
There is now a new guide for researchers about different ways to keep up to date available from the library. To take a look at the guide follow this link:
Researcher Guide: Keeping Current
And this guide can always be found in the in the researcher guides section in the research section of the library web pages:
We are pleased to announce the launch of two new library guides. The new library guides are:
And they can be found by going to the Library home page, clicking Subject Resources, clicking LibGuides and then looking in the Library Skills Guides section.
The new online RefWorks Guide is now available through our library guides website.
The guide takes you through accessing RefWorks, adding references, organising them, adding citations to an essay and creating a reference list. It also gives links to other guidance including videos.
Take a look at the guide here: RefWorks Guide
Links to the guide can always be found on the library’s RefWorks web page, within CampusMoodle and through our LibGuides site by following these steps:
- Go to the library web pages
- Click the Library Guides banner
- Then locate the guide in the “All Guides” list
- Or click “By Group” and choose the “Resources” group to see the list of resources guides and find the RefWorks guide.