SAGE Research Methods is a tool which brings together methods content from SAGE books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, journal articles and specially commissioned videos. Users can use the search and discovery tools to explore a chosen method across the content, explore methods to help them design research projects or find out more about specific or new methods. As the focus is on methodology, it can be used across the social and health sciences and many other disciplines.
BoB is an innovative shared online off-air TV and radio recording service for UK higher and further education institutions which makes the discovery and use of valuable TV and radio content for education easy and instant. BoB enables all staff and students to choose and record any broadcast programme from 60+ TV and radio channels. You can search transcripts and create your own playlists or clips which can be embedded in VITAL.
You can access BoB here: http://bobnational.net/ Click on ‘log in’, select University of Liverpool and use your username and password to log in.
We regret that the Harold Cohen Library service desks will close at 7 pm on Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th March. The Library itself will remain open, and the Sydney Jones Library desks are open as usual.
We have trial access to the full set of Oxford Bibliographies Online until 17th April 2014
To access this trial go to http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com.ezproxy.liv.ac.uk (you will need to login if off campus)
Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO) is designed to help you find reliable sources of information, directing you to high quality, reliable scholarship whether it be a book, chapter, journal, website, or database.
There are 38 major subject modules, each comprising a series of articles covering the major areas of scholarship within that discipline. Articles contain a subject introduction, bibliography, annotations, and commentary text.
Subjects include Atlantic History, Communication, Evolutionary Biology, International Relations, Psychology, Sociology, American Literature, Chinese Studies, Criminology, Geography, Linguistics, Public Health, British and Irish Literature, Ecology, Management, Classics, International Law, Medieval Studies, Political Science, Social Work and more.
To learn more about OBO and how it can help your research, take a look at thisbrief introduction
After trying OBO please leave your comments below. You can choose the anonymous option to comment without needing to have a Blogger account, but it helps if you include your name in your feedback so that we can follow up on comments.
Planned server maintenance to the Cite them Right website is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 5th March 2014, between 9pm and 1am. During this time the resource will be unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.