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- Searching the Library Catalogue (tutorial)
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Find out who has referenced articles you are interested in
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EndNote helps you manage your references and create a bibliography or reference list.
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Information about different reference management tools.
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- Managing information for your PhD
Interactive action maze to consider some of the issues relating to managing large amounts of information
How do you find the relevant information you need quickly?
Develop an awareness of the information sources available and techniques to use to be efficient and effective.
The overthrow of colonial slavery, 1776-1848 / Robin Blackburn.
Kingship and masculinity in late medieval England / Katherine J. Lewis.
Queenship in medieval Europe / Theresa Earenfight.
Practicing Stalinism : Bolsheviks, boyars, and the persistence of tradition / J. Arch Getty.
Paris : the 'new Rome' of Napoleon I / Diana Rowell.
LULArtsTeam: Box of Broadcasts(BoB) is upgrading to make it even bigger & better. Off-air recording service to staff & students http://lib.leeds.ac.uk/record=e1001197
LULArtsTeam: BBC News - Why don't French books sell abroad? http://bbc.in/IL7KAV