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In this section of the Library's Moodle space you will find resources and activities to help you develop your information searching skills.
Accessing other libraries
Through this link you will find more information about accessing Senate House's physical and online resources, as well as information about accessing libraries at other institutions.
You can find a list of subject specific databases for Law on our Database A-Z.
Oxford Law Trove
This eBook platform hosts a wide range of law textbooks published by Oxford University Press.
Eur-Lex: Access to European Union Law
EUR-Lex provides free access to the Official Journal of the European Union, EU law, EU case-law, preparatory documents, international agreements, EFTA documents and summaries of EU legislation.
HeinOnline has the following library collections: the Law Journal Library, European Center for Minority Issues, the Federal Register Library, Legal Classics, the Treaties and Agreements Library, U.S. Attorney General Opinions, and the U.S. Supreme Court Library.
This resource is also known as United Nations law collection.
LexisLibrary is a large legal database which provides access to cases, legislation and journal articles. You can also access texts such as Blackstone's Criminal Practice and Halsbury's Laws of England. LexisLibrary mainly contains UK material, but there is some coverage of other jurisdictions (particularly Australia, United States and Canada); also there are some international materials, such as ICJ resources.
This legal database contains case law, legislation and journal articles as well as some practitioner texts.
Accessing resources off campus
To access our resources off-campus, you can use Royal Holloway's VPN, which will simulate on-campus access.
If you are not using Royal Holloway's VPN, you may be asked for a login. In this instance you can use your College username and password (which you normally use to access Moodle).
More information on accessing e-resources can be found in our Accessing Eresources page.
BoB - On Demand TV & Radio for Education
BoB is a viewing and off-air recording and media archive service which allows you to search for, watch and also record from a list of recorded channels. You can also create clips, search for programmes coming up, create playlists and share them with others.
BoB is only available in the UK.
The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading news organisations which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.
To access the premium subscription giving you full access to the content, you MUST register on first using the Financial Times for an account using your Royal Holloway email address. Therafter, you log in using your Royal Holloway email address and the password you have created when registering directly with The Financial Times.
Gale Primary Sources
A collection of historical archives (modern to present), newspapers and periodicals (17th to 19th centuries) including:
British Library Newspapers,
Daily Mail Historical Archive,
The Economist Historical Archive,
The Illustrated London News Historical Archive,
Nineteenth Century UK Periodicals,
Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Burney Newspapers Collection,
The Times Digital Archive,
The Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive
Nexis provides access to a wide range of UK and international newspapers. It also includes a collection of in-depth company profiles and industry reports covering millions of public and private companies.
Regional Business News
Regional Business News provides full-text regional business publications for the United States and Canadian provinces. You can search newspapers, magazines and other resources from different news sources.
The link below will help you find Royal Holloway PhD theses, UK theses through British Library's EThOS service and theses and dissertations from other countries through ProQuest.
The online academic edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, including articles, biographies, images, videos and a world atlas. The 'Compare Countries' tool shows a range of facts and statistics for different countries.
Oxford Reference Online
Over 100 general reference works, language dictionaries and subject dictionaries covering languages, science and medicine, humanities, social sciences and business.
Oxford Bibliographies Online
A series of online research guides in a range of subjects including American Literature
, British and Irish Literature
, Cinema and Media Studies
, Environmental Science
, Victorian Literature
. Each guide contains a series of articles introducing key topics, and lists recommended readings about each topic.
Video User guide (YouTube)
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