Election 2015: keep up to date

Want to keep up to date with the Election? Check out http://www.scoop.it/t/election-2015 which gathers together the latest Election information, including manifestos, broadcasts and comment. The site is curated by the ALISS (Association of Librarians and Information Professionals in the Social Sciences). Helen Beardsley Senior Subject Librarian  

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British Science & Engineering Week: 11th – 20th March 2011

Celebrate National Science and Engineering Week! Take a new look at the great science resources we have for your research.   The British Science Association web pages list events throughout the country for National Science and Engineering Week; there are different projects, festivals and online experiments.       We are always striving to offer you the best resources we […]

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John Johnson Collection – an archive of printed ephemera

Students and staff can now access the John Johnson Collection – a fascinating online resource for anyone studying or researching British social history from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The collection contains over 67,000 digitised documents and is divided into the following categories: 19th century entertainment the booktrade popular prints crime, murders and […]

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UNData – new resource for finding statistical data from the United Nations

UNData provides access to 30 United Nations statistical databases which were not previously cross-searchable. It provides access to data on a wide variety of topics including: finance, refugees, health, education, crime, energy, the environment, tourism, trade and industry and can be found at: http://data.un.org/Default.aspx You can keep up to date with the latest updates by following […]

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