Showing posts from December, 2019

Reading Lists - Prepare for Semester II Teaching

Use the Library's R eading  L ist Service  to get your reading list materials up to date and available to your students.  This service: prioritises your  reading   lists    orders required books/e-books digitises chapters and articles (in line with copyright regulations)  links from the Blackboard module to the list for your students. The reading lists dashboard feature shows  how often lists have been accessed and materials used by students. Furthermore: -There is no requirement for separate book ordering.  -Unlike direct links added to Blackboard, the resources will all be available off-campus.  -Each list will roll-over automatically into the new academic year -Reading Lists can be shared if there are a number of staff teaching a module. See an  example  of a  reading list  that links to our  Library catalogue , full-text and web resources. Training B ook a  training session or see our step-by-step user guides and videos on our   Reading List web

National Theatre Collection - new database

National Theatre Collection is a new collection of digital performance resources from Alexander Street Press in collaboration with the UK's National Theatre. National Theatre Collection  provides access to high definition streaming video of world-class productions and unique archival material. The video content currently includes 19 video performances and will expand in 2020 to 30 video performances. National Theatre Collection  features a wide range of works including such performances as: Literary adaptations, such as Mary Shelley’s  Frankenstein  adapted by Nick Dear and directed by Danny Boyle, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller Greek classics such as  Medea  by Euripides, in a contemporary adaptation by Ben Power, directed by Carrie Cracknell with Helen McCrory in the title role Vibrant modern stagings of Shakespeare, such as  Twelfth Night , directed by Simon Godwin with Tamsin Greig in the role of Malvolia 20th-century classics such as Lorraine Ha

Open Access Journals on Sustainability

As scholars are increasingly looking for research on environmental issues and their impact on society, JSTOR is providing access to 12 Open Access journals on sustainability. These journals examine diverse topics such as conservation, ecology, population studies, transportation, and urban planning. Below is a list and links to these Open Access journals on JSTOR. These titles are also available on the Library Catalogue . Cercetǎri practice și teoretice în Managementul Urban Conservation & Society Conservation Ecology Consilience Demographic Research Ecology and Society International Journal of the Commons Journal of Transport and Land Use Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering RCC Perspectives Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management Urbani Izziv Collection Development