Some changes went live on LexisLibrary International microsite on the 14th August that will improve the way you use the Database, helping you to find the documents you need more quickly. The changes have also improved the journey if accessing the site via a document or source link.
Have you tried to access a journal article online but couldn’t get access to the full text of the article?
Did you try to access the article using OpenAthens?
OpenAthens (https://openathens.org/about-us/) is a system that most UK Universities use to provide their students and staff with access to digital resources off-campus. OpenAthens is the piece of software that makes a digital library really powerful, because it enables you to access online journal articles, e-books and databases whenever you want and from wherever you are.
Today is World Theatre day, a celebration of art within the theatre, exploring the value and importance of this artistic expression. Initiated by the International Theatre Institute in 1961, it has been celebrated ever since through the organisation, but also a wide variety of outside people and establishments including actors, directors, theatres, universities and schools.
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.
In the most recent years, the Oscars have been criticised for lack of diversity and turning a blind eye to sexual harassment allegations within the industry. If you want to find out more about these criticisms and social movements or want to know more about the Oscars in general, in this blog post I share with you some of the resources that are available about them in media and online.