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Library Services during Covid-19

Support for students

support for students

This page will support you whilst working remotely during COVID-19 and  will direct you to Library resource and support.

Reading Lists

A great place to start whilst working remotely is the module reading list.

Lists are available through your Blackboard sites or you can search for them using your module code or title here

The reading list will direct you to essential and recommended reading and wherever possible this will be in an electronic format.  

 

Resources

There are lots of electronic resources you can use for your studies.  In addition to all of the Library resources, there are lots of free resources too. These are being added to the databases page 

Ebooks

The Library has a number of eBook platforms available at https://guides.library.lincoln.ac.uk/find/ebooks

Try searching eBook databases using keywords, then search within the text of the book to find relevant chapters or find books on study skills and writing.  

Databases and Journals

In addition to a search on the main Library page, consider looking at some of the subject specific databases relevant to your studies.  Find information on these on your Subject Page

Referencing

All the referencing styles and handbooks are outlined and there is also information on reference management software to help keep track of resources you are finding.

Academic Subject Librarians

Contact your Academic Subject Librarian to find out more about how your subject librarian can help you with finding information and referencing whilst working remotely. You can send an email to ask a question or book an online appointment.  

Please let us know about any specific books or book chapters that  you need for your assessments and we will investigate if there is an e-copy available.  You should also check your reading list to find online material.

Writing Development

You can send an email to ask a question or arrange an online appointment.  

MASH (Maths and Stats)

You can send an email to ask a question or book an online appointment.