Postgraduate study can seem daunting, especially if you haven't done it for a while. But it doesn't have to be.
We've created this helpful guide to get you started. Below you will find an overview of Library services for postgraduates, and tips to make the most out of the Library.
With our online Help yourself guide you will learn to:
Our Library guides give you an overview of the best resources for your subject area. From education and nursing to business, we've got you covered.
Contact one of our librarians if you need further help.
Give your research credibility - use high quality information from library databases.
Discover our collections
With so much on offer, you're sure to find information for your research or study.
Find what you are looking for
If you can't find what you need we'll do our best to track it down for you.
As you progress with your studies, you'll come across many scholarly phrases you'll need to know. We've put together guides on some of the key terms you might come across.
Acknowledging and referencing your sources is an important part of your research.
Different referencing styles are used throughout the University. It's important to know which style your School or Faculty requires for composing your bibliography or reference list.
Ask your Lecturer, Subject Coordinator or Research Supervisor if you are not sure what that style is, and access the Academic Skills site in LEO for more information.
Use EndNote to help manage and cite references and build your bibliography or reference lists.
Stay organised and manage your research using the following tools:
We are here for you. Contact us online or in person for answers to your questions whatever they are: