Get help with your research – Gale Primary Sources drop-by event
Need some dissertation inspiration?
Suffering from writer’s block?
Gale Primary Sources such as The Times Digital Archive, British Library Newspapers, 19th Century Periodicals, and The Burney Collection hold a wealth of information to get you back on track.
We are giving you the opportunity to brainstorm with the Gale Primary Sources team:
Drop-by the Gale Booth on 18 March in Augustine House Library, 11am-1pm. You’ll find us on the ground floor.
You can come with research questions, dissertations in need of good primary sources or just to find out more. We can show you how to get started and have lots of tips and tricks on great features like Term Clusters that can help spark new ideas.
Newspapers are great sources of information. Think newspapers won’t help with literature studies? Think again! Discover correlations with the Term Frequency tool. We’ll be demoing that too!
Don’t miss this opportunity to speak to the people behind the database, test out Gale Primary Sources, get dissertation help and grab some fun freebies!
Not able to drop in on the 18th? Contact your Learning & Research Support Librarian for help.