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  • If you have an essay/project, you need to find some information.Ask class how they find information? DiscussWhat do you need to do next in order to find the info they need (next slide)DiscussCarry out a literature search. Finding the information available on a subjectFinding information to inform, underpin and shape your researchFinding what has already been written on a subjectIdentifying the main trendsFinding appropriate information: the information needs to be suitable for your needie. right level, current if important, sufficient breadth or detail etc00:25
  • Ph dgeneraloverview

    1. 1. MY LIBRARY:GETTINGTHE MOST FROM OUR RESOURCES Catherine Funnell
    2. 2. LAW SUBJECT GUIDE libguides.mdx.ac.uk/lawGood Starting Point Allows Access to: LINKS BLOGS RSS FEEDS PODCASTS NEW BOOKS APPOINTMENTS ASK A LIBRARIAN EVENTS
    3. 3. BLOGSAccessOn my LawSubjectGuide
    4. 4. RESEARCHERS’ SUBJECT GUIDElibguides.mdx.ac.uk/research l Useful as a Starting point for Researchers in any subject field
    5. 5. RESEARCHERS’ GUIDEJournal publishing-how to find the best ranked journals in your fieldBook publishing-how to get an ISBNFree academic resourcesUsing other libraries
    6. 6. BIBLIOGRAPHIC MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE: REFWORKSRefworks is an online RESEARCH and MANAGEMENT tool designed to help researchers:GatherManageStore and ShareAll types of information.......................ANDGenerate CitationsGenerate and Format Bibliographies
    7. 7. ACCESSING REFWORKS LAW SUBJECT GUIDE
    8. 8. MIDDLESEX RESEARCH REPOSITORY There is a great deal of material available ‘open access’-freely available on the Internet. Some of this includes research papers which academics have uploaded to their institution’s research repository
    9. 9. QUESTIONS TO ASKWhat rights do you have to place your journal article in the Middlesex Research Repository?How long articles may be embargoed before we can make them freely available?
    10. 10. SHERPA ROMEO Access Sherpa Romeo on Researchers Subject guide Definitive source forLibguides.mdx.ac.uk/research finding out your rights with our repository
    11. 11. LSE RESEARCH ONLINEOther universities haveResearch Repositories Research produced by LSEYou should have a look staff. Content often Full at them! Text
    12. 12. GOOGLE SCHOLARGoogle Scholar may beuseful for finding journal articles If you are logged into the University Intranet you can use Google Scholar to link to OUR free electronic journals
    13. 13. JOURNAL ARTICLES Click on the link for Full Text
    14. 14. HEINONLINE FULL TEXT Off campus you must set your preferences to Middlesex University Library to enable this to work
    15. 15. SUBJECT SPECIALISMS libguides.mdx.ac.uk/lawInternational Law EU Law
    16. 16. USING OTHER LIBRARIES Speak to the Law Librarian or other Subject Librarians regarding access
    17. 17. THESES/DISSERTATIONS Many available electronically via British Library’s EThosMiddlesex currently digitising PhDDissertations Have some print
    18. 18. THESES/DISSERTATIONS Other useful sites for accessing Theses electronically Access via my Law Subject GuideLibguides.mdx.ac.uk/law
    19. 19. EVENTS/APPOINTMENTS libcal.mdx.ac.uk Appointment-Subject Librarian Workshops-Law Electronic Resources IT-Software Workshops
    20. 20. LIBRARY CATALOGUES Allows you to search the catalogues of the major academic libraries in London and the Southeast A merged online catalogue withdetails of materialheld at the UK’s major research libraries
    21. 21. ALERTING SERVICES ZETOC MY Westlaw Halsbury Law Exchange
    22. 22. FINALLY....... Need more help? Contact me atc.funnell@mdx.ac.uk OR Make an appointment!!

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