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Make the most of our legal databases

Achieving basic certification for our legal databases (LexisLibrary, Westlaw UK and JustCite) will give you a head start in making the most of these databases for your studies, and they also make a valuable...

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New global travel briefing from Euromonitor

What factors are influencing tourism demand in 2016? The latest Key Insights report from Euromonitor Passport provides the latest market research (including statistics and analysis on topics such as Brexit, travel sales, and mobile...

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JSTOR

What is JSTOR? JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books, and primary sources covering economics, history, political science, and sociology, as well as in other key fields in the humanities...

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Asian EFL Journal

This is a (mostly) open-access academic journal that you can find good full text research in, but some special content is charged for.  You do need to register to access the free content –...

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Beamish People’s Collection

The People’s Collection brings together photographs, oral history recordings and more, that document the everyday history of the region, from 1860 to the present day. The People’s Collection opens up an archive of material...

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Library resources for historians

The library isn’t just a place for finding information on subject topics and content for assignments – it’s also a great place to find information to help you develop your research skills as a...

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Spotlight on Spanish Resources

The University Library has a whole host of resources to help you study Spanish whether you’re new to the language and learning on a University Language Scheme module or are studying on an MFL...