Taking resits over the summer? You will be able to access the old version of Discover until mid August from the Exam Timetable webpage.
Created personal account preferences in Discover (search alerts, saved searches, saved results)? These preferences won’t be transferred over to the new platform. We recommend that you login and save any important information before 25th July.
Looking for more support? Assistance using Discover will be available within the Library, via our 24/7 Helpline (+44) 0151 231 3179 or online Help Form.
Regular updates will follow, so watch this space! You may find it useful to follow us @ljmulibrary #enhanceddiscover. If you have any comments, questions or concerns please contact the team: firstname.lastname@example.org
View the Enhanced Discover: Introducing your new Discover Search Engine blog.
Available via Databases A-Z, find the direct link to answer your research methods and statistical questions.
No log-in is required on campus, if off site just enter your LJMU username and password.
Relevant across all disciplines, Sage Research Methods is an authoritative resource for planning, key concepts and data collection guidance.
New Built Environment and Civil Engineering ebooks now available from LJMU Library! Click on the cover image to go directly to the item via authenticated link.
Choose to download up to 10% of the book or search the content and read online.
To see more new titles available in print and electronic format, go to the subject support page for the Built Environment and Civil Engineering.
Building Construction Handbook
Project Management for Engineering, Business and Technology
The Library’s Discover search engine will be having a major upgrade this summer!
From July 27th you will be able to explore our extensive collection of print and electronic resources in just one search. The enhanced Discover platform will have an intuitive, user-friendly interface and a number of exciting new features.
A preview of the updated search page:
A sneak peek at the virtual bookshelf:
Work is well underway to ensure a smooth transition. Please note that from July 14th there will be a period of limited functionality while we migrate across from the current platform, however basic library tasks such as borrow, return and search will continue. Any downtime will be kept to an absolute minimum.
Regular updates will follow, so watch this space! You may find it useful to follow us @ljmulibrary #enhanceddiscover. If you have any comments, questions or concerns please contact the team: email@example.com.
View the Enhanced Discover: FAQs and Further Info blog.
New Psychology ebooks now available from LJMU Library!
Click on the cover image to go directly to the item via authenticated link. Choose to download the whole book (Child Development loaned for a day) or search the content and read online.
You can find more new titles in print and electronic format on the Natural Sciences and Psychology subject support pages .
Emotion Regulation and Psychopathology
Child Development: A Thematic Approach
You have until 5th May 2017 to test a possible new resource for the Library collection.
Explore the Associated Press Collection Online and find manuscripts, monographs and newspapers from the AP Archives and AP Image archive.
Drill down to find news analysis, human interest stories and entertainment and sports reporting. Perhaps you’d rather browse through the U.S. City Bureaus Collection and Washington D.C. Bureau Collection for American political and social history? Or perhaps explore the Middle East Bureaus Collection spanning 1967-2005 or the European Bureaus Collection to provide insight and evidence of international relations?
Trial this potential new resource and access the twentieth century’s news — and the stories behind it.
We look forward to reading your feedback, either via the comments or your departments subject librarian.
LJMU Library now has access to the Morgan & Claypool Computer Science ebook collection, available from the IEEE Xplore Ebook Library.
We also have access to Computing and Information Science collections 5 & 6 (2013-15) and all of the IEEE Wiley books from 1974-2016.
All the books are DRM free, so you can download, print and save them. Browse the collection at IEEE Xplore.
Access around 90 new titles via LJMU Library to read online or download for free.
Published by Open Book Publishers, a Social Enterprise run by scholars who are committed to making high-quality research available to readers around the world. The collection covers a wide range of subject areas including Art, Philosophy, Education, Law, Sciences and Mathematics.
Titles are available for download in PDF format, with some in additional ePub and Mobi formats.
Browse the collection on the publisher’s website.
Oral Literature in the Digital Age
Peace and Democratic Society
The Environment in the Age of the Internet