Tagged: Social sciences

Open Access Resources for Social Sciences

We’ve just added some new Open Access resources onto our Journal Titles list. The Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research turned Open Access at the end of 2017 and is a useful international academic journal...

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Stay Socially Safe

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) has published Guidance on Social Media for Registrants (professionals who have completed an approved HCPC programme) on how to best to use social media for practice and...

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Write an essay, get a kitten!

Originally compiled to assist students with dyslexia and special needs, AbilityNet’s great blog posting has tips on apps for motivation and focus when studying which will help everyone. If you’re busy revising or finishing...

New Resource:  Education Research Complete

New Resource: Education Research Complete

 Education Research Complete  is a new database available via Discover containing full text journal articles, conference papers and books. It contains the full text of: over 1,300 journals over 2,500 education related conference papers access to over...

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Community Integration Case Studies

The British Academy has published a set of reports advising communities how to best help newly arrived asylum seekers, migrants and refugees and improve community relationships using case studies. The reports are aimed at...

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Social Science and Economic Data

Data is a researcher’s bread and butter so you’ll be interested in gesisDataSearch – a new search  engine which holds data from across social sciences and economics. It’s now in beta mode and you can find...

Digital drama and 100 banners

Partnering with museums, archives and arts organisations across Greater London, Digital Drama have been working with community groups and artist Becci Kenning of www.art-in-transit.com to create 100 Banners inspired by the suffrage banner collection held in the archives...

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Find the Latest Material on My Module Reading Lists

We’ve just added some new titles on business planning onto the My Module Resources (MMR) list for SSCM04 Exploring Social Entrepreneurship and CYW319 Entrepreneurship and Project Management: Social entrepreneurship: a skills approach by Chris Durkin and Robert...

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Learning Outdoors

If you missed it it’s not too late to catch up with the BBC Radio 4 episode of Four Thought broadcast on Wednesday 18 April which discusses the benefits of children learning outdoors from...

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Emerging Perspectives on Violence

The North East Branch of the British Society of Criminology are running a free event on 20 September 2018 from 2-5pm on Emerging Perspectives on Violence at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne. Speakers include: Rowland Atkinson (University...

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Thinking Allowed

Did you know you can catch episodes of the BBC Radio 4 series Thinking Allowed on the BBC iPlayer? The series covers topics in sociology and many of the presenters are members of the...