You have until 24th April 2017 to help build the Library collection by testing a current trial of two finance and business resources Orbis and Orbis Europe.
These online resources offer authoritative company and financial information across the globe. Search for individual Executive contact details and company turnover data or drill down to patent ownership details.
Please note that you’ll need to be on campus to test these trials.
We look forward to reading your feedback, either via the comments or your departments subject librarian.
Access 500+ Very Short Introduction Ebooks via LJMU Library.
Published by Oxford University Press the collection covers a diverse range of subject areas including Art, Humanities, Law, Medicine and Health, Science, Mathematics and Social Sciences.
They are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Written by experts they combine facts and analysis in an easy read format.
Browse the whole collection or search Discover and find your copy to read online. For those reading on the move you’ll be directed to their mobile optimized site.
You are invited to a short demonstration of a new resource.
BBC Monitoring Portal and Terrorism Digest
BBC Monitoring translates and analyses news and information from freely available media sources around the world. Material is available in 100 different languages and covers 150 countries.
Nick Reynolds from BBC Monitoring will demonstrate this resource in the
Aldham Robarts Library, Seminar Room 2 (on the Lower ground floor)
at 2pm, Wednesday 29th March.
The session will last no more than 45 minutes.
New Law ebooks are available from LJMU Library.
See an example title, simply click on the cover image to access the ebook via the authenticated links.
To see more new Law titles available in print and electronic format, see the subject support pages.
LJMU Library now has permanent access to more titles from Cambridge University Press following the ebook evidence-based acquisition (EBA) trial.
Altogether, we have access to over 500 CUP titles, covering subjects including Drama, Life Sciences, Engineering, English Literature and many more.
Click on the cover images to access the illustrated titles via authenticated links, or go to Cambridge Core and login with your Athens username and password. Remember to check the box to search just the content LJMU Library has access to.
We currently have trial access (until 3rd April) to Paediatric Care Online UK, an online resource for health care practitioners who might come into contact with children and young people and potentially be involved in clinical decision making. It provides a powerful research tool which integrates
- A directory of up to date evidence based clinical guidelines aligned to NICE and SINE
- Key Practice Points (clinical decision support tools)
- Child Protection Companion
- Direct Links to BNF for Children and Medicines for Children
- Green Book Immunisation Schedules
Please let us know what you think of this resource as a potential purchase
Please note Lexis Nexis have changed their URL to www.lexisnexis.com/uk/legal
If you use this resource often and have it saved as a favourite you’ll need to click through to this new address.
You’ll notice we have also updated the Databases A-Z details.