University of Sunderland Library Blog


Sheela Gowda | Studio Visit | TateShots

Sheela Gowda is an artist living and working in Bengalaru (formerly Bangalore). India. The artist moved from painting to three-dimensional work in the 1990s in reaction to India’s political unease. Gowda’s work is rooted...

UK Human Rights Blog

The UK Human Rights Blog is a topical and accessible legal blog. The frequent posts make excellent reading for law students wishing to stay informed about current issues. “The UK Human Rights Blog aims...

Halsbury's Laws of England

Doing legal research

All research involves a lot of searching and reading, and you should expect to have to read quite a lot before finding what you’re looking for. So don’t despair if you can’t immediately find...

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UK event spend falls by £2.4bn

New research from the UK Conference and Meeting Survey 2016 (UKCAMS) shows that overall spend on events is dropping, as the number of meetings increases but delegate numbers fall.

Halsbury's Laws of England

Referencing using OSCOLA

When preparing a piece of work it is important that you cite any sources that you refer to. It is essential that you provide detailed, accurate information about the sources you have used because...

Shoes: pleasure and pain at the Bowes Museum

Museums and galleries: The Bowes Museum

In recent years, The Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle has been host to some superb traveling exhibitions that has brought unique and diverse exhibitions of art and design to the North East.  Following the...

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New Books: Exhibition Catalogues

We have standing orders for major galleries and touring exhibitions and receive the exhibition catalogues, often before the exhibition opens. Exhibition catalogues are an excellent source for high quality images and essays about your...

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Referencing using APA

Need help with your referencing? You’ll be using the APA style of referencing and you can find help and guidance in numerous places. The Library website will give you access to Cite Them Right...