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  • 1. LAW 1999 LIBRARY SKILLS Catherine FunnellLiaison librarian( Law and Marketing) Sheppard Library c.funnell@mdx.ac.uk
  • 2. Welcome to the Sheppard Library My name is Catherine and I am the Liaison Librarian for Law and Marketing&Enterprise If you need assistance with locating materials, using the resources or anything to do with the library you can contact me at :c.funnell@mdx.ac.uk
  • 3. Logging in to UniHubBy now mostof you areprobablyaware how tolog in to theNetwork. UseyourUsername:ITID andPassword
  • 4. My StudyYou can find basicinformation aboutLearning Resourceshere.
  • 5. Learning Resources/LibraryDo check the times the libraryis open to avoid making a tripin only to find we are closed!Remember we are open Satand Sun but NO library staffjust Security You will need toSelf Service
  • 6. Scroll Down for IT/ComputingSupport The IT Expert Advice team is available on the Ground Floor of the Library Monday-
  • 7. Let’s Look at the Library CatalogueWe’ll start by searchingfor a book using thedefault GeneralKeyword option
  • 8. General Keyward Search
  • 9. Results-In Ascending Order By sorting in Ascending Order the newest edition is at the top of the List
  • 10. Where, What and WhenIn order to locate thebooks on the shelf youneed to be able tounderstand what thecatalogue details mean
  • 11. Request a Book
  • 12. Borrower ID PINYour Borrower ID is yourstudent number(front ofyour library card) andyour PIN is your Date ofBirth
  • 13. Click on Request
  • 14. Click on Logout
  • 15. Your Library Account You will need to type in your Borrower ID and Password again to access you library account details
  • 16. Catherine’s details
  • 17. My UniHubTo get the best from our resources........always log in to My UniHubAllows you to access E resources, Ebooks, databases, Ejour nals and much more.....
  • 18. From My UniHub.....to..My Study
  • 19. From My Study.....to My Library From this point you can now access the various EResources
  • 20. Ejournals for Law You can type in the Title if you know it OR choose from the alphabetical list
  • 21. Results Coverage dates from 1937-2006 electronically. Click on the link
  • 22. Journal- Modern Law Review Choose ADVANCED SEARCH
  • 23. Heinonline DatabaseClick on 2005 to View Electronic Coverage No access from 2007- 2010 but we have these dates available in Print in the Law
  • 24. HeinonlineSubject Keyword Search
  • 25. Results
  • 26. Abstract Usually you can highlight the paragraph in which your search keywords appear by clicking on View Matching
  • 27. Full Text of Article Can save the article or send to print
  • 28. From UniHub Searching LegalDatabasesWe’llstart bysearchingWestlawfirst
  • 29. Choose Westlaw From the List Below
  • 30. Logging In Procedures
  • 31. Choose Alternative Login
  • 32. Type in Middlesex
  • 33. Click on Middlesex
  • 34. Log in Using Your Network Usernameand Password
  • 35. Start Searching!LegislationIf you are sureof the exactname of theAct you cantype it in TitleBox If you are unsure of the exact Title use the Browse By Title feature below
  • 36. Click on Arrangement of Act
  • 37. Act Arranged By SectionsIs It in Force?-Or Repealed?
  • 38. CasesParty Names
  • 39. ResultsClick on Case Cases areAnalysis for a reported inbrief Digest of Law Reportsthe Case
  • 40. Case Analysis
  • 41. Full Text of the Case
  • 42. Search by Citation
  • 43. ResultsIn all likelihoodyou will also havethe Party Namesso you will knowwhich case tochoose
  • 44. Case-Full Text
  • 45. Journals by Subject Type in Subject Keywords
  • 46. Results
  • 47. Lexis LibraryTo access LibraryfromWestlaw, click onthe Logout andclick on the returnto My Athensoption
  • 48. CasesSearch by Subject Keyword
  • 49. ResultsParty Names, Court in whichthe Case was heard, DateJudgement handed down andSource---where the case wasreported
  • 50. Journal Search Type in Search keywords and enclose in Quote Marks
  • 51. Results
  • 52. Full Text The Search Keywords you typed in are highlighted in RED
  • 53. Finally................For further help please email Catherine at....c.funnell@mdx.ac.ukAlso refer to my Subject Guide which you can access from UNIHUB....
  • 54. UniHubSubject Guides
  • 55. Subject Guides for Middlesex
  • 56. Law and Legal Research