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Learning at Work - Recommended Sources

There are a wide range of resources available to Learning at Work students beyond the obvious journals, databases and websites. Here we list a selection we think you could find helpful.

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Watch UK TV programmes from 2007 onwards, including many films and useful documentaries.

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A variety of reference works which tutors may well prefer to Wikipedia and it even tells you how to set out a reference to what you find.  The Concept Map is useful for essay planning and dissertation work.

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Google Scholar not in Discovery 

Google scholar is a variant of Google which searches for academic material including articles, books, conference papers and preprints. A guide to this resource can be found at http://www.lib-guides.port.ac.uk/LG178.pdf

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Search, view, and download thousands of video, image and audio resources.  Can be particularly helpful for presentations.

health policy & services
occupational health and safety law

See also:

You may also find relevant resources listed under: Computing and Engineering (Electrical and Mechanical).

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