Welcome Freshers 2017!

    Hello and WELCOME to our new students! Have you explored the Library yet? The Martial Rose Library is the perfect quiet space to work, and our team of friendly library staff are here to help you access the resources you need. We’re here for you, so please don’t hesitate to visit the Library Enquiries … More Welcome Freshers 2017!

Live near another university? Use their library!

Home for the holidays but still want to access a university library? SCONUL Access allows students and staff to use other university libraries. Staff, part-time and postgraduate students can also borrow from other university libraries. It’s easy to apply online. Just go to https://www.sconul.ac.uk/sconul-access. You must be in ‘good standing’ with the University of Winchester Library, … More Live near another university? Use their library!

World Autism Awareness Week

This week is World Autism Week! (27th March – 2nd April 2017) Come and visit our Literary Facts Board near the central staircase! Here you can take away a fact about literature, and/or write a fact yourself on a post-it and leave it for someone else on the board! Here are some of the interesting facts so far… We’ve also created a … More World Autism Awareness Week

Top 9 Literary Cats

Cats and books, cats and books! What more could you want? These literary cats have captured the hearts of the Martial Rose Library, and we’d love to share them with you! We all know cats have 9 lives, so… here are our Top 9 Literary Cats! Who’s your favourite literary cat from our list? Are there … More Top 9 Literary Cats

What’s the point in journal articles that I can’t read?

This post will look at journal articles where we do not have access to the whole journal article (this is also called the ‘full text’.) This is the sister post of ‘How can I find the full text of a journal article?‘ – which looked at how to select only those journal articles which have the full … More What’s the point in journal articles that I can’t read?

How I can I find the full text of a journal article?

When you search for journal articles on many of our resources, the results which you find fall into the following 2 categories: results that will let you click through and open up the whole journal article (a.k.a. the ‘full text’) results that do not let you open up the whole journal article, but instead just provide … More How I can I find the full text of a journal article?